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More than 250 religious leaders in Illinois have signed an open letter in support of same-sex marriage, which the legislature is likely to take up in January.
Amit Rakhit earns the same salary as other vice presidents leading drug development teams at the Weston-based biotech company Biogen Idec, but, because he is gay, he ends up bringing home about $3,000 less every year.
At the first meeting of a new state House education subcommittee this month, a dramatic moment in Florida history passed virtually unnoticed. Rep. Joe Saunders, D-Orlando, saw that as a good sign.
Advertising in America has drawn plenty of criticism from the LGBT community in recent years because of anti-gay themes.
Fifty-two churches valued at more than $100 million are at stake in a legal battle between the Episcopal Church and its conservative Fort Worth diocese.
A federal appeals court has put the brakes on a first-of-its-kind California law that bans therapy that aims to turn gay minors straight. A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued an emergency order Friday putting the law on hold until it can hear full arguments on the issue.
Two gay radio hosts in Los Angeles have turned a defaced billboard for their program into an inclusive piece of art, reports the Los Angeles Times.
The year 2012 was a time of quieter revolution, in which a new interpretation of an old law could allow transgender individuals some access to the Anchorage Equal Rights Commission.