Tomorrow, New York City council speaker Christine Quinn along with Empire State Pride Agenda and members LGBT advocacy organizations, including the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF), Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, and The Ali Forney Center will march on the steps of City Hall, in New York City.
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New Mexico state Rep. Brian Egolf, a Democrat from Santa Fe, has introduced a resolution which would let the voters decide on gay marriage.
When Colorado lawmakers this week launch into a civil unions bill they are expected to pass, they likely will face far less drama than in years past, yet they will do so with even less Republican support.
Gary Niles Montgomery, the 55-year-old Washington man accused of fatally stabbing transgender woman Deoni Jones, aka JaParker, at a Northeast bus stop in February 2012, appeared in court Friday morning, where his lawyers convinced U.S. Superior Court Judge Robert Morin to order Montgomery to submit to a mental-observation screening.
Religious leaders of a relatively unknown branch of Catholicism plan to ordain a transgender man to the priesthood on Saturday in Minneapolis.
An openly gay minister in Louisville said he will apply for a marriage license Tuesday after taking part in a non-violent rally for full marriage equality.
Hundreds of advocates of gay marriage met in West Orange today to celebrate the work of Garden State Equality and its beloved founder, Steven Goldstein, who is stepping down after eight years as the group’s leader.
The Manfords’ door on 171st Street in Queens was always open, especially if you were a young gay man whose own family had closed the door on you.
Police are looking for two suspects after a disturbing attack near the UCLA campus being considered a hate crime, KABC reports.