Time Magazine published an article covering Thursday's vote within the Boy Scouts of America to drop their ban on gay members. The reporter, Elizabeth Dias, covered the work of both pro- and anti-gay organizations, including the work of GLAAD, Change.org, and Scouts for Equality (SFE).
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As gay men and lesbians in the United States fret over whether the Supreme Court will affirm the humanity and dignity of same-sex couples by granting them the right to marry, Roger Jean-Claude Mbédé frets for his life.
The members of Uganda’s parliament are on vacation now, and won’t be coming back to work until February. It might not be much, given the threat hanging over them, but during those two months, L.G.B.T. Ugandans can rest a little easier.
Current and retired federal employees who have been on the offense against the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) can’t taste victory yet, but its scent is growing stronger now that the Supreme Court has decided to review the law.
An Alberta man was found guilty Monday of aggravated assault for a brutal attack on a gay and legally blind man who'd made a sexual advance on his attacker in McBride, B.C.
Back in 2009, we became part of an informal coalition of transgender and cisgender (i.e., non-transgender) students, faculty and staff from a number of institutions of higher education in Colorado called the Colorado Trans on Campus (CTOC) coalition.
An appeals court on Monday upheld a three-year sentence against a man found guilty of homosexual conduct for sending
Muslim leaders have demanded the same legal exemptions as the Church of England in legislation to introduce marriages for same-sex couples.
Laurier LaPierre, the outspoken journalist and Canada’s first openly gay senator, passed away at age 83 on Dec 17.