Tomorrow, New York City council speaker Christine Quinn along with Empire State Pride Agenda and members LGBT advocacy organizations, including the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF), Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, and The Ali Forney Center will march on the steps of City Hall, in New York City.
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With rallies across the United States happening simultaneously a few Saturdays ago, the rally in Hawaii came early,
The following post was written by Adam Bass, GLAAD's Media Field Strategist for the Western Region.
As mentioned yesterday, here's video coverage of the Wednesday night Proposition 8 rally in New York City.
In this video by The Oregonian, Stu Rasmussen, discusses politics and acceptance in his small town.
After a long legal battle, a Conn. Superior Court judge cleared the way for gay couples to marry in the state.
Connecticut married its first same-sex couples today after a final ruling on the case of Kerrigan et al v.
Many prominent California politicians have taken to the media to express their disapproval of anti-gay initiative Pr
A California law prohibiting the practice of so-called "ex-gay therapy" on minors faces its first legal test Friday, when lawyers for counselors endorsing the anti-gay practice and parents who claim their sons have benefited from it, plan to ask a judge to block the first-of-its-kind measure.
A federal court in Nevada has ruled against allowing same-sex couples to marry on the basis that they can’t procreate and gay people aren’t a politically powerless class.
Police announced this week that they have identified a person of interest in the killing of local transwoman Kyra Kruz. Newly appointed LGBT liaison Deputy Commissioner Kevin Bethel said this week that progress is being made.
A legal hurdle was removed Thursday for gay couples hoping to wed in Maryland at the stroke of midnight Jan. 1., the day the state’s new marriage equality law takes effect.
Supporters of a Maryland ballot measure in favor of marriage equality raised more than twice the amount of opponents trying to defeat the measure.
Virginia police are asking for help in finding a Charlottesville resident wanted for questioning in connection with the disappearance of a transgender teen.
After announcing her intentions of resigning Tuesday, State Rep.-elect Stacie Marie Laughton said Wednesday that she will continue fighting to keep her forthcoming seat.
The trial began Wednesday in Columbiana County Municipal Court for a Canfield man accused of domestic violence after he allegedly attacked his openly gay 15-year-old son in the parking lot of a Lisbon theater in 2011.