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Current Court Battles Our legislative advocates are a constant presence in federal and state governments, working with policy makers to ensure the necessary laws exist to protect our civil rights.A dozen single Women wait anxiously in the Caribbean as a man a day arrives via helicopter - each man chooses which woman he would like to be "coupled " with, until they are all paired up and the fun begins.According to reports, Jenkins is “no longer a lesbian – at least for now,” as her new man, a 22-year-old named Johnny, has moved into her Los Angeles home.Latifah has never officially come out as gay, but did address the topic in an interview by saying, “I don’t have a problem discussing the topic of somebody being gay, but I do have a problem discussing my personal life.” Jenkins has insisted she is totally straight.We are the nation’s leading civil liberties advocate in the Supreme Court.With over 200 staff attorneys and an extensive network of cooperating attorneys, we handle thousands of cases each year on behalf of clients whose rights have been violated.Via Radar Online: Queen Latifah is reportedly “stung pretty good” after learning that her longtime gal pal and rumored fiancée, 40-year-old personal trainer Jeanette Jenkins, is now in a serious relationship with a much younger man!“This is the woman at one point she thought she’d end up with for life,” a source told The National ENQUIRER, who reported in 2008 that Latifah and Jenkins were “planning a gay wedding” together.

Everyone is just jumping ship from the lady lovin’ these days.In 2010, Latifah, 44, and Jenkins were spotted embracing on pal Alicia Keys‘ yacht following Keys’ wedding to R&B artist Swizz Beatz in the Mediterranean. 2014, Latifah was photographed kissing her rumored “serious” girlfriend, celebrity choreographer Eboni Nichols, 36, while on vacation at a Sardinian resort.“There’s no indication at this point that Eboni is going the route of Jeanette,” the insider said to The ENQUIRER, on newsstands now.Those advertisers use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on our sites and applications and across the Internet and your other apps and devices.You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA’s Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.

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