Today is the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), when advocates across the globe take a stand against anti-LGBT violence and discrimination.
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Mehlman: “'Live Free or Die' isn’t just the official motto for a great state. As the 62nd Republican National Committee Chairman, I think it’s a mantra our party should live by. I hope that New Hampshire legislators will remember this slogan and reject proposals to strip citizens of their right to marry."
Barney Frank, the openly gay U.S.
During a campaign stop in Florida, the mother of a gay son asked former Sen.
OutServe on Wednesday announced it will be holding a "Capital Summit" with the aim of "gather[ing] actively-serving
Matt Baume of the American Foundation for Equal Rights recently interviewed a college student who started a campaign
Google is the latest large corporation to endorse legalizing marriage equality in Washington, according to the group Washington United for Marriage, which backs the legislation.
Joseph Tolton and Frank Mugisha: "Exactly one year ago, David Kato, a longtime advocate and friend, was bludgeoned to death in his home in the middle of the day. He was murdered just days after he had won a court case against a Ugandan newspaper that had published his photo -- along with those of 99 other alleged supporters of [LGBT] equality..."