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The New York state Senate on Wednesday rejected a bill that would extend marriage protections to same-sex couples.
A huge thank you to everyone who attended the 8th Annual OUTAuction presented by Bud Light in New York City
$10,000 is the amount of money an anonymous donor just gave to help find a missing Charlottesville man. Nobody has seen Dashad Smith for about a month now as investigators continue to focus on an landfill in Henrico County.
A former University of Toledo administrator has lost an appeal over her firing for an opinion piece she wrote that a court said implied that gay people don’t deserve the same rights as black people.
LGBT rights groups, led by Equality Virginia, the largest such group in the state, are rallying around an antidiscrimination bill ahead of the 2013 legislative session - just 30-days long, starting Jan. 9.
Inside their Taylorsville home, the family discussed for the first time the last moments of their youngest son’s life and what they hope his legacy will be: helping gay students, especially those from minority cultures, handle bullying and better training for educators in dealing with gay youths.
Oregon Health & Science University plans to increase access to medically necessary care for transgender employees. The move follows “an extensive internal review of health benefits along with discussions with transgender advocates,” according to an OHSU release issued Monday.
After over two months of contentious debate, controversy and uncertainty, the East Aurora School District 131 has called off the creation of a new policy that would add protections for transgender and gender nonconforming students.
Proponents of “conversion therapy,” a practice that seeks to turn gay people straight, gathered in the State House Monday afternoon to testify against a bill that would ban such therapy for minors.
The state Senate president said Monday she anticipates a committee vote on same-sex marriage in the coming legislative session, despite her opposition to it, if the House of Representatives endorses it.