Less than two weeks after Fayetteville, Ark., voters repealed a nondiscrimination ordinance, San Antonio's Republicans are hoping to do the same thing.
Antigay officials have one final weapon in their arsenal to stop marriage: the threat of jail time.
A proposed amendment to the FDA blood ban that requires a one-year period of abstinence is ineffective and discriminatory, says the CEO of Gay Men's Health Crisis.
There's still time for President Obama to shake the hand of the first openly transgender U.S. service member. Here's how the outgoing Secretary of Defense can make that a reality.
An estimated 400 people took time out of their pre-holiday routine on Sunday to take a photo intended to protest a Richmond billboard that claims 'nobody is born gay.'
Because after marriage, there will still be plenty to be done.
The un(Heeled) fashion show at the Brooklyn Museum ended with a powerful demonstration of support for the Black Lives Matter movement.