After Thursday's historic vote, GLAAD would like to thank these incredible and tireless advocates for their working in helping to the BSA's anti-gay policies
Local and Regional News
News that originates from and/or specifically impacts a local community, city, state, or region
Latest Update on Local and Regional News
On January 13, The Observer, the student newspaper at the University of Notre Dame ran an incredibly offens
Every week at state and local levels, there are numerous developments on key issues that deeply affect our community
On Wednesday, 13 January, The Observer, the stu
Lindsay Harmon was celebrating New Year’s Eve at Roxy’s, a popular lesbian bar in Buffalo, New York, when passersby
In a public celebration held on Monday, Annise Parker was sworn in as Houston’s 61st mayor and became the first open
When Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed called Lee Schreter on Dec. 11 to tell her was announcing publicly his support of marriage equality, she whooped out loud. “And I had a smile pasted on my face the rest of the day,” she recalled.
A Maryland lawmaker who vehemently opposes marriage rights for same-sex couples faces charges in connection with an August boat crash that left him and six others injured.
Tyler Morrison went from speaking out against the Boca City Council’s lack of LGBT protection, to becoming one its employees, who is now unprotected by a 46-year-old anti-discrimination policy.
Officials at Virginia Commonwealth University say that an "exhaustive" investigation found former women's volleyball coach James Finley's claims was not fired for being gay, as he believes; the claims were "unfounded," they said.
A group of anti-gay organizations has announced a coalition to oppose same-sex marriage in Illinois, after lawmakers announced they would call for a vote on a marriage equality bill come January.
Even though the Boy Scouts of America bars atheists and gays, the city of San Diego is allowed to lease the group public property at nominal rates without running afoul of the state and federal constitutions, a federal appeals court decided Thursday.
Every time Michelle Kosilek makes headlines, Gunner Scott’s phone rings off the hook. Kosilek is in prison for committing a murder. By law, all prisoners are entitled to medically necessary procedures. For Kosilek, that means gender reassignment treatments.
Two weeks after the Catholic University of America rejected the proposal for CUAllies, a student organization for LGBT students and their allies, the club's lead organizer says supporters have not conceded.