If candidates are going to be asked about LGBT issues, the Tuesday night town hall with President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney would seem to offer the right time and place.
A story from the Associated Press helped raise the issue of whether gay and lesbian voices are being left out of the television ad war.
Christian groups began a petition drive to overturn LGBT discrimination protections enacted by the Omaha City Council in March.
Proposition 8 attorney and former Solicitor General Ted Olson said the “partisan veil” on marriage equality has been removed.
As Spirit Day approaches next week, activists urge the leader of the nation to don purple to support LGBT youth.
A new study indicates alarming poverty, abuse, and suicide among Native Americans.
Congressional candidate Gary DeLong is bucking his party on the issue as he runs against Democrat Alan Lowenthal, also an equality advocate.
The Massachusetts governor urged an LGBT audience to “see your stake in the broader struggle” while he said his predecessor Mitt Romney had tried to “frustrate marriage equality.”
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