After thousands of local advocates, including GLAAD, marched through New York City's West Village in response to the recent series of alleged anti-LGBT attacks, and to mourn the murder of Mark Carson, and openly gay man of color, more attacks have been reported.
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Yesterday, we alerted our readers to our work with Trans Youth Fam
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Across the country, LGBT people and allies gathered in rallies and marches in repsonse to the California Supreme Cou
Meghan McCain, the daughter of former Republican Presidential candidate Senator John McCain of Arizona, pressed New
Today, New Hampshire Governor John Lynch announced that he will sign the state’s recently approved marriage equality
On May 6, Washington D.C.
A Miami Beach police officer fired last year for his role in an alleged gay bashing case is getting his job back. Eliut Hazzi was one of two officers accused of beating a handcuffed gay man in South Beach’s Flamingo Park in 2009 and then arresting a witness.
The University of Memphis faculty senate voted Tuesday to approve benefits for same-sex partners of school employees.
It will be a happy beginning to the new year for some same-sex couples in Maryland. Attorney General Doug Gansler will allow local courts to issue marriage licenses beginning on Dec. 6.
When Susan Johnson played “Same Love” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis for her performing arts class, she believed she was helping students improve their tolerance of diversity. The song discusses marriage equality and mistreatment of people who are gay.
A group that opposes gay marriage asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to take up a challenge to Nevada's ban on same sex unions.
Tomorrow, gay couples across Maryland can take the first step toward equal recognition of their relationships when county clerks of courts for the first time will be allowed to issue licenses for same-sex marriages.
From bakeries to hotels, salons to photographers, florists to limousine drivers, many business owners expect a lift in sales from both in-state and out-of-state same-sex couples holding weddings and celebrations here.
History was made a few ticks of the clock after midnight at the county courthouse today in Olympia. Cheers erupted after Thurston County auditor Kim Wyman authorized marriage licenses to 16 same-sex couples in Olympia who said in unison: "I do."