GLAAD's Acting President, Dave Montez, addressed the New York marriage rally, cheering these victories, but also pointing to the remaining work to be done. In case you missed it, here are his comments.
Three of the leading U.S. medical associations -- the American Medical Association (AMA), American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American Psychiatric Association (APA) -- applauded the Supreme Court's decisions to overturn a key provision of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and dismiss a case over California's same-sex marriage ban, Proposition 8.
GMHC is partnering with Walgreens and Greater than AIDS for the third year in a row to provide free HIV testing on June 27-29th for National HIV Testing Day. Find out where the nearest location is to you.
The Lucky Charms rainbow might just have a new meaning this Pride month. This year, General Mills, Inc. created a Pride campaign partnered with McCann New York to celebrate diversity. See what companies around the country are doing to celebrate Pride month.
To help provide perspective on this momentous day and its implications, all LGBT families and allies are invited to attend a special service of reflection and hope at Washington National Cathedral tonight, June 26, at 7 pm.
Today we celebrate the landmark decision by the Supreme Court of the United States that ruled the so-called 'Defense of Marriage Act' unconstitutional. Today at 1:30 EST, The Religious Institute on SCOTUS Marriage Decisions will be holding a worldwide Twitter worship on today's SCOTUS decisions.
The lawyer of a man suspected of brutally beating a transgender woman claims his client was acting in self-defense. Nicol Shakhnazaryan, 21, pleaded not guilty Monday to charges that he assaulted 22-year-old Vivian Diego in the Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles, Calif., reports KTLA.
Anthony Nicodemo didn't have to tell anyone. He was a successful and influential basketball coach, leading the Yonkers (N.Y.) Saunders Trade and Tech High basketball program. He has been there for four years and is universally respected, perhaps even beloved.
A rare summer rainstorm dampened streets but not spirits as San Francisco geared up for a long-awaited Supreme Court decision Wednesday on gay marriage amid preparations for this weekend's massive gay pride celebrations.