Pope Francis has said that the church should not "interfere spirituality" in the lives of LGBT people, but new polici
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A Brooklyn woman is suing because her photo was used in a newspaper advertisement portraying her as being infected with HIV.
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The divide between lesbians and bisexuals is not a new issue in the LGBT community. Ignorance, fear and lack of acceptance are all issues the LGBT community faces as a whole when advocating for equality but they are also issues that present themselves among each of the letters that make up the LGBT community.
Happy Celebrate Bisexuality Day from all your friends at GLAAD. We want to dismantle stereotypes and promote visibility, so let's take on some of the stereotypes about bisexual people.
Today, as Americans commemorate Celebrate Bisexuality Day, the White House is holding a roundtable with some of the country's top bisexual advocates. This is a historic first gathering at the White House to address issues facing bisexual Americans.
Harry Jackson is about as connected to anti-LGBT politics as any likeminded commentator could ever hope to be. This being the case, it's both interesting and instructive to know that Mr. Jackson has signed himself up for to speak at a so-called "ex-gay" conference.
Bill Donohue, as the head and pretty much lone voice of the Catholic League, has spent the past many years obsessing about LGBT people. After Pope Francis called for an end to "obsession" about LGBT people, Chris Cuomo asked Donohue if he was changing his tone.