The leadership of Exodus International has announced that they are shutting their doors after 3 decades of practicing so-called ‘ex-gay’ ministry. According to a statement on the group’s web site, the board of directors was finding ‘ex-gay’ work more and more difficult, given their anti-gay words and actions.
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This weekend, New York City will host two film screenings focused on LGBT communities of color.
Words and images matter. It takes courage for families like Barb, Rhea and their son Matt to tell their story. By featuring this family, the Forum of Fargo Moorhead allows more people to connect with the everyday challenges of gay and lesbian families and begins to change hearts and minds for full equality.
En esta edición de LGBT en Español, se examina la cobertura de temas LGBT en Paparazzi Magazine. También cómo Caso Cerrado trató a casos de discriminación y la trama gay de una telenovela.
Today is National Coming Out Day, a day celebrated every year when people take a moment to come out – as lesbian, gay, bi, transgender, and straight allies. Sharing your story and finding support is an integral part of coming out for many young people.
Young people everywhere are taking a stand against bullying. In a movement that’s rocking the nation, young people are saying, let’s make it better – and here’s how.
North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue announced Friday that she would oppose a proposed state constitutional amendment that would ban marriage, civil unions and domestic partnerships for same-sex couples in the state.
This weekend, October 7-9, Black Lesbians United hosts their third annual retreat in Malibu, Calif.
Being different can be hard on any teen. Being gay can be even harder. Just ask William Tackett.
Police are looking for three men and three women who allegedly attacked a straphanger after uttering anti-gay slurs while riding a No. 2 train headed downtown from the Upper West Side Monday.
Democratic leaders in the New Jersey Legislature will try to override Gov. Chris Christie's gay marriage veto.
A lawyer for Kenneth Furr, the Metropolitan Police Department officer found guilty of an off-duty assault with a dangerous weapon and solicitation of prostitution, filed a notice with D.C. Superior Court Feb. 11 stating that Furr's defense team will be appealing his conviction.
One of Chicago's last transgender organizations is staring down a dissolution proposal after a controversial move by the group's president.
A newspaper in rural Mississippi is defending its decision to run a cover story on what it called the first same sex marriage in the county it serves.
A Hackettstown candy company fired a woman for being a lesbian and taking time off from work for her pregnancy, alleges a lawsuit filed in New Jersey Superior Court in Belvidere.
As supporters and opponents of gay marriage gather in Springfield today to lobby members of the House of Representatives, a Crain’s/Ipsos poll shows that 50 percent of Illinoisans support allowing members of the same sex to marry each other.