Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder says that he expects the Department of Justice to stand behind gay and lesbian couples seeking the freedom to marry before the Supreme Court.
Two gay candidates for the U.S. House and a gay-friendly nominee for the Senate are 'wrong on critical, foundational issues,' say the archconservative organizations.
A new PSA draws attention to a truly global issue: strict requirements for updating one's legal identification.
The GOP needs a new social media expert because its new Twitter campaign isn't going so well.
'The Homosexual Lobby has already dug their fabulously manicured claws into me,' Josh Derke wrote in response to an antigay group's 'Michigan Family Values Survey.'
By the end of 2013, there were an estimated 130,000 married same-sex couples in the U.S., a 50 percent increase from three years earlier, says a new Williams Institute study.
The state's largest newspaper faces pushback from readers disgusted by a hateful ad paid for by a known antitrans hate group.
The 20-year-old suspect claims the attack on a transgender SUNY Geneseo student was the result of 'drunken stupidness,' but some are pushing the local district attorney to pursue hate crime charges.