SDGLN's Top 10 Stories of the Week

SAN DIEGO – Every Saturday, San Diego Gay & Lesbian News will share with readers links to the 10 most-read stories of the week, per Google Analytics. Because of the nature of online media, some articles gain bigger audiences the longer they are in the news or how widely they are shared across the Internet.

No. 10

Microsoft apologizes to transgender journalist humiliated at gaming expo

(Editor's note: This post was originally published by SDGLN content partner GLAAD.)

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Reviewing the year in "gayming"

As the video game medium continues to mature and diversify, so too has it become an increasingly progressive and LGBT-inclusive one with a growing influence on culture and increasingly mainstream audience. 2012 turned out to be quite an interesting year in regards to LGBT representation and video games, from the communities that exist around them, to the companies that produce them, and into games themselves.

Microsoft, Nike join coalition of companies in support of marriage equality in Washington state

OLYMPIA, Wash. – A number of major employers in the Northwest have public expressed their support for marriage equality in Washington State, says Washington United for Marriage, a statewide coalition of organizations, congregations, unions and business associations that will work to obtain civil marriage for lesbian and gay couples in the state this year.

SUNDAY: Integrité Salon to kick off 10,000 Kisses campaign to benefit Being Alive

SAN DIEGO -- To raise critically needed funds for Being Alive San Diego, Integrité Salon has created a project called 10,000 Kisses.

The goal of the project is to raise $10,000 for the organization and to give customers and community members a way to support Being Alive and become involved in the community.