Tomorrow, New York City council speaker Christine Quinn along with Empire State Pride Agenda and members LGBT advocacy organizations, including the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF), Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, and The Ali Forney Center will march on the steps of City Hall, in New York City.
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As hundreds of gay couples waited for marriage licenses at the King County Administration building early Thursday morning, some workers there noted it was the same place where a pioneering gay couple was denied one 41 years ago.
Indiana voters could get to decide whether a marriage equality ban ends up in the state's constitution. It is expected to be a fight in the coming legislative session. One group believes the law could have economic implications.
The LGBT community in Virginia and across the country are seeking answers from the Charlottesville, VA police department in the abduction of trans teenager Sage Smith.
The city of Seattle has postponed plans for a wedding gift to gay and lesbian employees when they marry.
Beneath the foggy mirror in a makeshift locker room no bigger than a storage closet sit 11 women, their wide eyes affixed to an overdressed basketball coach who is delivering a pregame speech that is equal parts inspiration and four-letter words.
For $35, Bryn Kelly will cut your hair into an Elvis-inspired pomp or a Don Draper taper haircut. The 32-year-old Brooklyn hairdresser has set herself a goal of raising $7,000 as quickly as possible, in a bid to put a down payment on a long-awaited sex reassignment surgery.
Janeé Harteau was sworn in as the city's 52nd police chief on Thursday before a crowd of 300 people in the rotunda of Minneapolis City Hall, as Sgt. Holly Keegel, whom she introduced as her "life partner," and their 13-year-old daughter, Lauren, stood by her side.
School officials are standing by their belief that a policy to address the needs of transgender students is not necessary in the district, despite more than 10,000 people asking them to write one.