WISHGay military staff ready for conventionWISHSAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The nation's only professional group for active-duty gay military personnel is holding its first conference in Las Vegas this weekend, an event only made possible by the recent lifting of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law.
In her Facebook posts, Ms. Knox wrote that while she had friends and loved ones who were gay, she believed that the way they lived was “against the nature and character of God” and that the high school was “not the setting to promote, encourage...
We recently reported on Sonia Marra Nicholson, the British lesbian who tragically died when the helicopter she was aboard crashed into New York's East River. Now comes news that Helen Tamaki, Nicholson's partner who was in the same accident, has also passed away.
Though some colleges and universities are beginning to ask applicants about their sexual orientation and gender identity, the Associated Press writes that many others "say they don't need to ask because they already have reputations for being diverse and inclusive."