A gay sports outlet has called for the suspension of ESPN Radio/Washington D.C. hosts Steve Czaban and Andy Pollin for mocking transgender college basketball player Gabrielle Ludwig. (Hear the segment above.) Ludwig, 50, of Fremont, Calif., earned national attention last week when she made her debut for Mission College in the Bay Area 32 years after playing as a man in college. (Watch the video below.) Outsports says Czaban and Pollin committed a flagrant foul on their Thursday show, referring to Ludwig as "he/she" and "it" while making snide remarks about her appearance.
Eastern Michigan University announced this afternoon it has settled a lawsuit filed by a former student who was dismissed from the master’s degree counseling program after she refused to counsel a gay client because of her religious beliefs.
Encouraged by three states last month that approved ballot measures supporting gay marriage, Assemblyman Reed Gusciora (D-Mercer) today introduced a bill that would give New Jersey voters the same choice.
Burbank residents Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo were catapulted onto the national stage Friday when the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would rule on the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 8, the voter-approved same-sex marriage ban that the couple sued to overturn.
Friends, family and members of the Charlottesville community held a vigil for missing transgender teenager Sage Smith. The group walked from the 700 block of Orangedale Avenue to the Amtrak Station. The train station was where Smith was last seen.
Unless you've been following the work of Monica Roberts, The Opposing Views and David Lohr over at The Huffington Post, you probably don't know that a trans teenage girl from Charlottesville, Va., has been missing for nearly 20 days.