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Today, somewhere in Arizona, four people are on their bikes fighting for a cause.
Road to Home, a documentary exploring the crisis of youth homelessness in New York City, is currently in production.
Openly out comedian and TV personality Fortune Feimster hosted the 25th annual GLAAD Media Awards – New York City at the Waldorf Astoria.
Guinness today announced that the beer company would drop its sponsorship of the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade due to the parade's discriminatory rule that prohibits LGBT families and organizations from participating.
A festival Celebrating Russian Voices will include numerous readings and panel discussions targeting the Russia’s Anti-LGBT laws. The festival aims to cover several topics related to the LGBT rights such as sport, performance, LGBT as well as Olympic history and how they relate to the propaganda laws.
Openly gay music star Steve Grand will be performing tonight at SubCulture, a performing arts and event space in the subterranean space of the Culture Project Theater in NYC.
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Mel Wymore, 51, may become New York City's first openly transgender city council member if he wins his bid for office this coming election.
National and local groups hail historic protections against profiling based on race, sexual orientation and gender identity; urge legislators to override veto.
On May 24th, just a week after speaking at a vigil in honor of Mark Carson, Eugene Lovendusky became a victim of another anti- gay hate crime in New York City's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood. Eugene's attack is the ninth anti-LGBT attack for the month of May and the 27th since the start of the New Year.