Vivian Boyack, 91, and Nonie Dubes, 90, have been together for seventy-two years, and they just got married this month. The Des Moines Register captured their adorable story on camera.
Roman Catholic Bishop says LGBT church worker firings need to be "rectified;" Pro-LGBT ministry responds
When Boston's Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley became the first bishop to publicly denounce the recent church worker firings for LGBT-related reasons saying the firings need to be "rectified," the New Ways Ministry's Bob Shine became hopeful.
Major League Baseball appointed Billy Bean, an openly gay former player, as a consultant in guiding the sport toward full LGBT inclusion.
As more and more athletes open up about being gay, creating a strong impact on the LGBT movement in sports, it is important to remember and recognize those who have been out for many years
In recent days we have heard that FIFA is investigating Mexican fans of the national soccer team, the Tri (and perhaps Brazilian fans) for the use of the derogatory word "puto."
Amazingly, Mexico's coach Miguel Herrera has defended the use of the word as "not that bad." That attitude is shocking and so too is the fact that neither FIFA nor Mexican soccer have done more about this issue, and sooner. In fact, Conapred, the Mexican agency that investigates discrimination has taken a stand saying use of this word is not "a custom," it's irresponsible.
Campus Pride and the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) have partnered to create the first-ever virtual National Online College Fair and Prep Day for LGBT youth and allies during their transition from high school to college.
The documentary “Back on Board: Greg Louganis” offers an intimate view into the life of one of the most successful US divers in history, Greg Louganis.
Williams explains why gay black youth are marginalized more than others and offers a possible solution.