Three women AIDS activists saying they wanted to highlight the "naked truth" about potential spending cuts in HIV programs were arrested Tuesday after taking their clothes off in the lobby of House Speaker John Boehner's office.
On Wednesday, November 28, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will deliver remarks at the 20th Anniversary Celebration of Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies (GLIFAA), the State Department’s officially recognized employee affinity group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) employees.
Somewhere in America today, someone's loved one is going to hear what he or she wants to hear. Someone will walk away from today's episode of Dr. Oz holding even firmer to their belief that "reparative therapy" is sound practice.
Rea Carey writes about the effect of the national budget on the LGBT population, saying, "We need Congress to set aside partisan differences and adopt a balanced, sustainable budget plan that protects programs and agencies that serve the LGBT and other marginalized populations."
Openly gay Broadway producer Martin Richards, who won an Oscar for the film adaptation of the musical “Chicago” 27 years after he helped bring it to Broadway, died on Monday at his home in Manhattan at age 80.
Casey Pick of the Log Cabin Republicans told MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts Tuesday, “This is a rapid change, and it is something that the Republican Party will have to incorporate as it goes forward and looks ahead to victories."
NBC affiliate Local 15 reported that Travis Hawkins, Jr., 18, was charged with 2nd degree assault for the beating of Mallory Owens, 23. Owens’ sister Avery Godwin told the media outlet that Hawkins had “never liked Mallory” because his sister Alex is in a relationship with her and called it a hate crime.
After a watershed year for marriage equality in the United States that included ballot victories and a presidential endorsement, advocates have staked out a handful of states where they believe the next round of fights over marriage for lesbian and gay couples can be won.
More than half of young people in the United States infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, are not aware of it, according to a new report by government health officials that zeroes in on one of the remaining hot spots of HIV infection in America.