Category Archives: LGBT Politics

New Pope Could Risk Latino and LGBT Alliances

With the shocking revelation that Pope Benedict XVI will resign, a large piece of the resulting commentary has centered on who will replace him as Pope. This was predictable because the position of Pope is perhaps the most powerful in … Continue reading

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Corporate America is Fighting for Marriage Equality

    Today’s blog post comes to you from our new Director of Corporate Strategy Todd Heustess. — Recently, Net Impact hosted a Webinar discussion facilitated by Deena Fidas, Deputy Director of the Workplace Project at the Human Rights Commission … Continue reading

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Love Actually is All Over Facebook

Today’s blog post is written by our Social Media Director, Erik McIntyre. — Now, any twenty-something knows like I do that a post-college Facebook News Feed is no longer filled with photo albums of drunken costume parties, status updates about … Continue reading

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Remembering Alan Turing

Today’s guest blogger is our good friend and colleague Patrick Sammon. One of the creators and Executive Producers of the Alan Turing documentary CODEBREAKER, Patrick is a passionate expert on the life of the a genius war hero who was … Continue reading

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LGBT Politics Update with Brian Sims

This week’s blog post is from special guest Brian Sims. Brian made history this year by becoming the first openly LGBT person elected to the Pennsylvania State Legislature. Troup Consulting is proud to have him offer an update on LGBT … Continue reading

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