The former congressman talks to The Advocate about his autobiography and, as we've grown to expect, doesn't hold back.
Out State Sen. Ricardo Lara believes that Matthew McLaughlin’s ballot initiative calling for gay people to be shot to death violates the state’s code of conduct for attorneys.
Lawyer Beau Miller objects to his legislator father's proposal to keep Texas cities from enacting or enforcing LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination laws.
State Sen. Joseph Silk is reiterating and intensifying antigay comments he made to The New York Times.
Mike Rawlings, previously reluctant to join the fight, banded with mayors from cities large and small in filing a pro-equality brief with the Supreme Court.
Paul suggests some form of legal contract for same-sex couples, but he doesn't like calling their unions 'marriage.'
In a speech to the HRC, Biden discusses the unity of all civil rights movements and shakes his head at Carson's 'ridiculous assertion' that being gay is a choice.
Fox, once a rising star in Rhode Island politics, will be sentenced June 11.
'My brother has a vote, but I have a voice,' Donald Collins wrote of his brother, Rep. Charlie Collins, in an open letter.
It really does matter who's president, as evidenced by the actions of these men.