Publicist Stephen Lucin writes how LGBT news headlines have shifted from hurtful slurs to puns that are actually pretty funny.
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The Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce believes that if the General Assembly approves an amendment that would change the states constitution to define marriage to be only between a man and a woman, it will have a negative impact on the city’s business climate.
Did you know that by reading this site, you are in a "sinister partnership with nefarious forces" and "part of an evil conspiracy"? Well if radical anti-LGBT activist Bryan Fischer is to be believed, you totally are.
Parents of Colorado trans student speak out, while California anti-trans activists campaign using fake story
After The TransAdvocate's Cristan Williams fact checked a false story claiming that a transgender student in Colorado was harassing her peers in a high school bathroom, the anti-trans Pacific Justice Institute is continuing to uphold their fabricated claims, and other anti-trans groups are using them to support a harmful campaign against transgender students in California.
It's been a busy week for marriage equality. New Mexico, Illinois and Hawaii all have actions that will address marriage equality in their state.
New Mexico's Supreme Court will hear oral arguments pertaining to a petition filed by 33 County Clerks asking the cou
Credit Suisse initiated the first index to track the fiscal performance of LGBT friendly companies.
GLAAD Miami Leadership Council kicks off with event hosted by Real Housewives of Miami stars Lauren Foster and Marysol Patton, Sarah Arison, Valerie Batrice and Zurami Pascual
GLAAD held a special kickoff party for our Miami Leadership Council last Friday at the Soho Beach House where guests mingled and discussed GLAAD's upcoming work in South Florida.
A Missouri state representative tweeted a photograph of a high school student wearing a t-shirt supporting the school's GSA with the caption "Nixa Schools failure. HS students working elementary school book fair in gay t-shirts".