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With rallies across the United States happening simultaneously a few Saturdays ago, the rally in Hawaii came early,
The following post was written by Adam Bass, GLAAD's Media Field Strategist for the Western Region.
As mentioned yesterday, here's video coverage of the Wednesday night Proposition 8 rally in New York City.
More than 100 people from across Aurora showed up at the East Aurora School District School Service center Thursday night with signs and loud voices, making claims against a proposed policy that would protect transgender students in school.
The Washington State Department of Health has unveiled a newly revised marriage certificate that goes into effect along with the law approving marriage equality December 6. Along with "bride" and "groom", Secretary of Health Mary Selecky approved the rules-change to add "spouse" to the form.
A city councilman today plans to introduce a bill that would extend new benefits to lesbian and gay couples in Philadelphia.
A California law prohibiting the practice of so-called "ex-gay therapy" on minors faces its first legal test Friday, when lawyers for counselors endorsing the anti-gay practice and parents who claim their sons have benefited from it, plan to ask a judge to block the first-of-its-kind measure.
A federal court in Nevada has ruled against allowing same-sex couples to marry on the basis that they can’t procreate and gay people aren’t a politically powerless class.
Police announced this week that they have identified a person of interest in the killing of local transwoman Kyra Kruz. Newly appointed LGBT liaison Deputy Commissioner Kevin Bethel said this week that progress is being made.
A legal hurdle was removed Thursday for gay couples hoping to wed in Maryland at the stroke of midnight Jan. 1., the day the state’s new marriage equality law takes effect.
Supporters of a Maryland ballot measure in favor of marriage equality raised more than twice the amount of opponents trying to defeat the measure.