London transplant Lee Faircloth is finding inspiration in the men of Colorado.
Conor Kennedy wouldn't let men at a nightclub call his friend a homophobic slur.
What upset James Shawlin most wasn't that he was the victim of homophobic abuse. It's that his 4-year-old son had to witness it.
Anti-trans language, Trump support, and a swastika were among the messages.
With their talk of the devil at work in LGBT advances, both had proved an embarrassment to the Republican Party.
If John Hickenlooper is selected, he's a strong LGBT advocate who has championed the rights of our community for years, campaigning on the sentiment that 'This is simply about being fair and decent."
The man admitted he’s not transgender but warned about “crazy people that will do what I’m doing: dressing up and going into the women’s restroom and putting women and children in harm’s way.”