LGBT advocate and writer Pam Spaulding announced on her website this weekend that after nine years online, she will soon serve her last cup of Pam's House Blend.
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Lindsay Harmon was celebrating New Year’s Eve at Roxy’s, a popular lesbian bar in Buffalo, New York, when passersby
In a public celebration held on Monday, Annise Parker was sworn in as Houston’s 61st mayor and became the first open
The Mecklenburg County Commissioners, last Tuesday, passed a domestic partner benefits policy, extending benefits to
The No. 2 Democrat in the U.S. Senate is calling on legislators in his state to pass legislation that would make Illinois the 10th state in the country to legalize marriage equality.
Eric Marcoux and Eugene Woodworth will celebrate 60 years together on June 13.
Rhode Island lawmakers introduced a measure on Thursday that would make the state the 10th in the nation and the last in New England to legalize marriage equality.
Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Christine McClinton has been aware of her gender identity since the age of 8.
The National Organization for Marriage has committed to another campaign of vengeance against any Republican lawmakers in Illinois that votes to support marriage equality.
The fate of a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage has been called into question after Senate Democrats reported that the bill will not come to a vote this week.
Activists and lawmakers backing legislation that would legalize same-sex marriage in Illinois are regrouping and recounting potential “yes” votes in the Illinois Senate after key members of the chamber reportedly said they will be absent from Thursday’s proceedings in the General Assembly’s lame duck session.
Massachusetts State Reps. Jim Lyons (R) and Marc Lombardo (R) do not like the fact that a federal judge has ordered the state to pay the legal fees of a transgender prison inmate who successfully sued the state Department of Corrections after she was illegally denied sex reassignment surgery.