Josh Snyder, the husband of the gay soldier booed at a September Republican presidential debate, appeared on MSNBC Thursday to discuss the incident and the lawsuit he is a plaintiff in seeking to strike down DOMA.
U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey heard arguments on Thursday on whether to impose a preliminary injunction against the Camdenton School District because of filtering software the district uses that restricts access to LGBT-inclusive websites.
Before being honored with a Presidential Citizens Medal at the White House, Janice Langbehn was interviewed about the heartbreaking experience that led her down the path of advocacy. The White House has now posted the video of that interview, which you can watch below.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, hailed as a hero at a gala dinner for the state’s largest gay rights group, issued a passionate plea on Thursday for other states to follow New York’s lead and pass marriage equality legislation.
A Chillicothe mother voices her concerns after her 15-year-old son was beaten by another student at Union-Scioto High School. The attacker posted anti-gay remarks on the victim's Facebook page two day before the attack.
The Middlesex County prosecutor’s office on Wednesday complied with a judge's order to disclose to Dharun Ravi and his lawyer the name of the man captured on a webcam in an intimate encounter with Tyler Clementi. Ravi, his lawyer, and an investigator cannot disclose the name to anyone.