LGBT and allied organizations across the country are speaking up for equality in Scouting, as 1,400 Boy Scouts of America voting members in Dallas vote today on making Scouting more inclusive.
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GLAAD has received a few updates about KRXQ and their advertisers.
I received a tip from a GLAADblog follower about a statement posted by KRXQ radio host Rob Williams
GLAAD just posted a recap of its activity relating to KRXQ and its offensive comments against transgender children.
On May 28, the "Rob, Arnie and Dawn in the Morning" show aired a highly offensive segment that caused a lot of shock
On May 28, KRXQ radio hosts Rob Williams and Arnie States spent more than 30 minutes making dehumanizing and defamat
Today, GLAAD has received confirmations from three different companies pulling their advertising contracts from KRXQ
In just a few hours at 12:01 am on Thursday, Dec. 6, JP Persall and her partner of 10 years Diana Wickman will become one of the first same-sex couples in Washington state to receive a marriage license.
Taylor Murphy, 29, is on trial for charges that he violently attacked his girlfriend, Claudia Charriez, a transgender model known for her appearance as a contestant on "American's Next Top Model."
The controversy continues over the formation of a policy on transgender students for the East Aurora School District.
The city has tapped former Greene County Judge Miles Sweeney to lead a citizen task force that will discuss whether action is needed to protect local gay and transgender residents from discrimination.
A sexual assault charge has been dropped against a University of Montana exchange student who struck another student after learning she was transgender.
Maryland issued its first licenses to gay couples Thursday morning, a month after voters upheld the state’s same-sex marriage law, which goes into effect Jan. 1.
With a clear invitation to gay Mormons to “stay with us,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints today launched a new website aimed at providing “greater sensitivity and better understanding” among Latter-day Saints with regards to same-sex attraction.
From a late-2012 San Francisco perspective, Any Day Now and In the Family feel profoundly anachronistic.