Brett Smiley, the gay mayoral candidate in Providence, R.I., reflects on the impact of his groundbreaking campaign ad, which depicted the normalcy of a same-sex marriage.
Playing Oppression Olympics is not a smart strategy (but neither is putting on a minstrel show).
While some are getting hung up on a interview in which Hillary Clinton was defensive about her changing stance on marriage equality, Joe Solmonese says fixating on it is not constructive.
Encouraging gay Republicans to run for office could change the landscape for political equality in the U.S.
A gay alumnus of an evangelical Christian college fires back at its president, who asked Obama for a religious exemption from his executive order banning anti-LGBT employment discrimination by federal contractors.
Yes, the "Proud Whopper" ad was nice, but if Burger King's corporate policies aren't actually LGBT-inclusive, is the company just paying lip service?
Israel acts as an example of a pro-LGBT society in a part of the world where sexual and gender minorities are often persecuted.