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When Elton John and his partner, David Furnish announced the birth of their son, the world took notice.
Ministers in West Georgia came to the defense of an openly gay man, Keith Staples, after his home was burned down to
Two homeless women, both of whom escaped abusive homes, are saying they were recently kicked out of a Columbia, Ga.,
A Seattle church that won’t accept gay people as members has relocated into a new building right next to Seattle’s LGBT district. The Mars Hill Church Downtown Seattle’s new home is blocks from Capitol Hill, which is known locally as the “gayborhood.”
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved a $1.5 million settlement in a case involving a gay police officer who alleged he was the victim of harassment and retaliation by a supervisor.
A 23-year-old Southern California man faces a felony hate crime charge after officers spotted him spray painting anti-gay graffiti on campus buildings over the weekend, UC Berkeley police said Tuesday.
Yesterday, the Florida Family Association hired a plane to fly above a Lady Gaga concert in Tacoma, WA with a banner reading “NOT BORN THIS WAY.”
The Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday voted 66-28 to approve gay interim Richmond Circuit Court Judge Tracy Thorne-Begland’s judgeship.
Two men walking in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest Washington on Sunday evening were struck during what D.C. police are investigating as a possible hate crime, according to a department spokesman.
A Virginia House subcommittee Monday tabled a bill to repeal the Marshall-Newman Amendment, the 2006 amendment to the Virginia state constitution that banned any and all forms of same-sex relationship recognition, effectively killing the bill for at least three more years.
Last June, Utah’s Davis County School District caved to the complaints of 25 parents and removed the book In Our Mothers’ House by Patricia Polacco from general circulation in the elementary school library.