Zachary Quinto, who first caught our eye as Tori Spelling’s favorite gay in the series So NoTORIous, is making a big bang in the FunnyOrDie.com short Hostage: A Love Story. In the NSFW clip, the hunky star of Heroes and Star Trek wields a gun to take a lover hostage and attempts to cure his erectile dysfunction by talking to his penis.
Archbishop Donald W. Wuerl has increased the Catholic Church's involvement in opposition to marriage equality in the nation's capital.
Massachusetts attorney general Martha Coakley, who filed a challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act, became the first person Tuesday to formally initiate the process of running for the open seat of Sen. Edward Kennedy.
Los Angeles–based website LAist.com has ranked the five gayest beaches in California -- seemingly based on their distance from West Hollywood hot spot the Abbey and how many men are likely to be wearing spandex, Speedos, or simply nothing at all -- with Santa Monica’s Will Rogers State Beach taking the top spot.
Education is about five times more important than race when determining whether voters in Florida favored the ban on same-sex marriage in 2008.
Anderson Cooper to broadcast from Afghanistan, Washington residents appear to support same-sex unions, and more.
Sex and gender took center stage during a televised debate for the Manhattan district attorney race on Tuesday evening, when NY1 moderator Dominic Carter asked Leslie Crocker Snyder, the lone woman in the competitive three-way Democratic primary, what she meant by her repeated use of the term “old boys network."
The National Organization for Marriage met defeat in Iowa on Tuesday when a candidate supported by the antigay group lost a special election for a state house seat.
The government of India will not oppose a Delhi high court ruling that legalized gay sex in July, leaving it to the supreme court to determine whether the lower court ruled correctly in overturning the British colonial-era ban.