This Sunday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will attend the 15th annual St. Pat's For All Parade, an LGBT-inclusive event that stands in opposition to the City's largest St. Patrick's Day Parade, which does not allow LGBT groups to participate.
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Due to two bomb threats, Open Games events including basketball and swimming got cancelled in Moscow, Russia.
In response to Uganda's recently enacted anti-gay law, the World Bank and various countries in the Global North are withholding aid from one of the poorest countries in the world.
"A Decade of Change on Same-sex Marriage," a survey and report by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), was published this week to reveal that the majority (53%) of Americans support marriage equality.
Nearly a quarter of the country have recently considered or are still considering bills similar to the "License to Discriminate" SB 1062 that was vetoed this week by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer.
Walt Disney World (WDW) will suspend its funding of Boy Scouts of America (BSA)'s Central Florida Council, reported Scouts for Equality this morning.
City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito has announced that the she will be joining Mayor Bill de Blasio in boycotting the St. Patrick's Day Parade down New York’s 5th Ave.
The editors of America Magazine, which include the notable Jesuit author Fr. James Martin, have weighed in on Uganda’s deadly anti-LGBT law in an editorial, titled “When the Law Is a Crime”, denouncing criminalizing the LGBT community.
CNN's Chris Cuomo invited Catholic League President Bill Donohue onto his show to actively challenge his extremist statements. The context was discussion of the recently-vetoed Arizona 'license to discriminate" law.