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Gearing up for its third year, Minnesota’s Give to the Max Day invites all Minnesotans to raise as much money as possible for nonprofit organizations during a 24-hour period, starting tonight at midnight.
The Oklahoma City Council voted 7-2 today to approve additional language to protect city employees from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.
The Brooklyn Museum presents HIDE/SEEK: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture exhibit from November 18, 2011 through February 12, 2012.
At 4:30 p.m. today in the Cannon House office building, a Capitol Hill memorial service honored an invaluable LGBT advocate and trailblazer, Frank Kameny.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is meeting this week, November 14-16 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Washington State Rep. Jim Moeller (D-Vancouver) announced Thursday that he and a group of other Democratic legislators, along with a coalition of LGBT and civil liberties groups, will be advocating for marriage equality in the state next year.
A panel of 5 moms shared their stories of supporting their transgender and intersex children at the 3rd annual TransAction Gender Conference hosted by the Utah Pride Center in Salt Lake City this Saturday. Their stories were featured in the Salt Lake City Tribune.
Tomorrow night, November 15, the Park 51 Islamic Center and the Center for Inquiry NYC will host A New Way to Be Nonreligious at Harvard and Beyond, and the launch of two new initiatives spearheaded by the Humanist Chaplaincy of Harvard University.
The Flagstaff City Council gave its initial approval to the city's first civil rights ordinance Tuesday night.
Montana lawmakers considered a pair of familiar gay rights measures Tuesday, one that would strike an obsolete state law that criminalizes gay sex and another that would expand anti-discrimination protections.
California would strip the tax-exempt status from youth organizations like the Boy Scouts if they have policies that bar gay people from participating, under a bill introduced at the Capitol Tuesday.
A 23-year-old gay man was attacked on a Manhattan subway as a crowd of straphangers failed to help. Urena Morel Frankelly and his partner were on a southbound No. 2 train Monday night when a woman took a picture of them eating and her friend called them names.
Gay marriage is one step closer to becoming legal in Oregon. Tuesday, supporters turned in 2,000 sponsorship signatures on the "freedom to marry and religious protection initiative" to the secretary of state's office. That's twice as many signatures as they needed.
Authorities are taking Monday to try and identify a body discovered in a dumpster on Milwaukee's northwest side...Police aren't saying anything about the identity, but it was found less than a mile and a half away from where alleged murder victim Evon Young went missing in January.
The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education issued directives Friday for handling transgender students, including allowing them to use the bathrooms or play on the sports teams that correspond to the gender with which they identify.
Nearly eight years after Texans voted to ban gay marriage and civil unions, gay-rights advocates are pushing to roll back those laws with a handful of legislation — and a lot of patience.