Three Arrested in Brooklyn Hate Crime

3 Arrested in Brooklyn Hate Crime

Two men have been charged with hate crimes and menacing while another faces first-degree assault charges after opening fire on two Brooklynites.

PHOTO: Antigay Harlem Church Curses All LGBT Supporters

Antigay Harlem Church Curses All LGBT Supporters

Any church or church member who supports LGBT people should be cursed with 'cancer, HIV, syphilis, stroke, madness, itch, then hell," according to the ATLAH World Missionary Church in Harlem.

WATCH: Mara Keisling on MSNBC: Trans People Need Proper ID to 'Participate Fully in Society'

WATCH: Mara Keisling on MSNBC: Trans People Need Proper ID to 'Participate Fully in Society'

Activist Mara Keisling talks transgender ID issues with MSNBC's T.J Holmes.

Portraits of Pride: New York City Edition

Portraits of Pride: New York City Edition

Pride is always really about people who are willing to live their lives openly. Meet a few of them from this weekend's New York City Pride.

PHOTOS: NYC Gets Funky for Pride

PHOTOS: NYC Gets Funky for Pride

NYC got down for some serious fun celebrating the 45th anniversary of Stonewall.

PHOTOS: The Rally Kicks Off Pride Weekend in NYC

PHOTOS: The Rally Kicks Off Pride Weekend in NYC

New York City's 45th Annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Rally launched the weekend with Michelle Visage, Demi Lovato, Sharon Needles, and Betty Who.

Satirical Song Draws Ire From Westboro

Satirical Song Draws Ire From Westboro

The owner of a New York gay bar knew he would get some attention for a song he wrote, but he didn't expect it would come from the very subjects of his song, members of the Westboro Baptist Church.

Boy Scouts to Add Khaki to NYC Pride March's Rainbow

No Pride Is Complete Without — A Boy Scout?

For the first time, an intergenerational cadre of uniformed gay Boy Scouts serve as color guard during New York City's annual Pride Parade.

Senate Leaves LGBT New Yorkers Unprotected

Senate Leaves LGBT New Yorkers Unprotected

The New York State Senate ended its session Friday without considering an inclusive nondiscrimination act or a ban on debunked efforts to turn gay people straight.

With Assembly Approval, N.Y. Closer to Passing Trans Rights Bill

N.Y. Trans Rights — Lucky Number 7?

Trans advocates hope the seventh time is the charm as GENDA wades into the battlefield that is the New York State Senate, where it's repeatedly stalled.

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