LGBT New Yorkers held a 'Take Back the Night' rally in response to a string of anti-LGBT attacks that have occurred in the last two weeks. The rally, organized by Queer Rising, brought together a diverse range of LGBT and allied people to advocate for LGBT safety.
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With a vote on marriage equality legislation for New York possible today, all eyes are on Albany.
It took roughly two years, but activists have finally been able to bring a new draft of an anti-discrimination ordinance before the Flagstaff City Council.
Two local men and a local woman face multiple felony counts as a result of a hate crime investigation St. Charles police launched after two gay men and a woman they were with were attacked on Jan. 6 after leaving a Lincoln Highway bar.
In a former pool hall that is now the municipal building for a coal smudge of a place in eastern Kentucky called Vicco, population 335, the January meeting of the City Commission came to order.
Harlem's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community is looking for a space to call their own, and one local group has started a petition to garner support for a community center.
Illinois Senate President John Cullerton said Monday that the timing is right to legalize same-sex marriage, providing a glimpse of what’s ahead in the spring legislative session.
A Wyoming legislative committee voted Monday to advance a bill to legalize domestic partnership in the state, while killing a bill to permit gay marriage.
Anthony Duk is one of the practitioners of “ex-gay therapy” who is challenging California’s new law banning offering the treatment to minors.
Matt Jolley never wanted to make a scene. The Worland High School senior submitted a yearbook photo his mom had snapped and he, a budding photographer, had edited.