GLAAD wrapped up its press conference in Dallas, as 1,400 members of the Boy Scouts of America National Council meet in Dallas to vote on a resolution critical to equality in Scouting. Get a full recap of today's events and see a video of James Dale speaking about the anti-gay ban by following our live blog at www.glaad.org/scouts.
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A Los Angeles NBC affiliate says it did not air an equality ad featuring a gay couple and their children during Sund
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After a meeting with GLAAD and the marriage equality group GetToKnowUsFirs
Like in California, activists in Utah rose up after the election to
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The Minneapolis city council on Friday confirmed 25-year veteran officer Janee Harteau as the city's new Chief of Police, and in doing so Harteau becomes the first woman and first openly gay officer to serve as police chief.
Singer Macklemore has responded to the suspension of a Michigan teacher who played his song about marriage equality in her class, saying, "This incident is just one of tens of thousands that have happened across the country where schools have exposed a latent homophobia, preventing safe space for all young people to feel confident in being themselves."
Rep. Mike Fleck, 39, of Huntingdon, disclosed that he is gay in an interview with the Huntingdon Daily News that was published Saturday.
A federal court challenge to Nevada's anti-gay ban on marriage equality has been turned back in U.S. District Court, but advocates vowed Friday to fight on with an argument that a pair of state laws regarding marriage for lesbian and gay couples unconstitutionally make those couples "second-class citizens."
A Cook County judge says two suburban Chicago churches and the anti-gay Illinois Family Institute cannot intervene in a lawsuit over the state's ban on marriage equality.
The U.S. Supreme Court could decide this week whether to let Arizona argue that it has the right to deny benefits to the domestic partners of its gay employees.
More than 500 people gathered in Minneapolis this weekend to discuss strategy for legalizing marriage equality in Minnesota — and how to get enough votes to do it.
Together for nearly 40 years, a gay couple's legal marriage out-of-state in 2009 isn't acknowledged by the federal government or Michigan, which passed an anti-gay constitutional amendment in 2004 banning marriage equality and whose courts and Legislature have enacted further prohibitions marriage equality.