The effervescent trans woman was one of the first to sue for the right to survivor benefits in the late 1990s when her husband died of alleged medical malpractice.
At a national conference Saturday, Apostle Neil L. Andersen reaffirmed the official Mormon position that marriage should be limited to one man and one woman.
When a fellow Democrat told Steve Gallardo to 'act more gay,' he shot back by saying 'I can't.' Now he's speaking out about the incident exclusively with The Advocate.
Tracy Baim, a major figure in Chicago LGBT media for 30 years, will receive the award from the Chicago Headline Club in May.
A trans student faces limited options in the wake of his school's recent housing decision.
Federal judge Timothy Black says he'll strike down Ohio's constitutional ban on recognizing same-sex marriages but won't mandate that Ohio begin performing such unions.
That's one of several ultraconservative stances held by fringe candidate Lorraine Mae Rafferty.
These five gay and lesbian couples, who are all from states where same-sex marriage is illegal, have won $5,000 to plan their dream wedding in a marriage equality state.
Opponents warn that the new law will allow widespread discrimination against LGBT people and others by those claiming serving such people or groups violates their 'religious freedom.'
A resident of Appleton, Wis., since 2000, Gypsy Vered Meltzer became the state's first transgender elected official.
Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly has issued a game-change ruling finding that gays and lesbians are protected from employment discrimination by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
Parents of students at an N.C. Catholic school are upset by an offensive talk on homosexuality.
The statewide liberal organization is using a comic book to draw attention to bullying from extremists.