Go inside the impassioned hearing that led to the protection of New York's historic Stonewall Inn.
A gay Los Angeles resident reflects on the nation's, and his own, journey toward marriage equality.
The first openly gay man elected to the New York State Assembly wants to remind people that "law" and "life" are two different things.
A wife and mother creatively imagines a day when our kids’ kids will learn about today in history class.
This Eagle Scout loves the BSA organization, save for that insidious ban on adult gay leaders.
There once was a time when disruption was seen as revolutionary — like in the ACT UP days — but now many LGBT people think we should play nice. Jennicet Gutierrez and this writer are not those people.
California's lesbian Assembly speaker, Toni Atkins, tells us why she was compelled to author the Respect After Death Act.
The co-directors of GetEQUAL take umbrage with Jeff Merkley's plan to end LGBT discrimination in housing and employment.
A transgender woman and undocumented immigrant called out the President in a room full of LGBT advocates. Guess who the crowd sided with?