In Politics, The Advocate presents the latest news about the political world. From Supreme Court rulings to state and federal laws, The Advocate reports on how politics shapes the day-to-day realities faced by members of the gay community. Read about LGBT leaders like Barney Frank and Tammy Baldwin and their work to advance the causes of the LGBT rights movement in the United States and around the world. Find out about legislation related to same-sex marriage, adoption, and other issues in gay politics that will impact the lives of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Americans.
US Embassy Gives Kenya Its First LGBT Pride Event

U.S. Embassy Holds Kenya's First LGBT Pride Event

The event, a low-key forum at the embassy in Nairobi, was part of the Obama administration's campaign for global LGBT rights.

NOM-Backed Candidate to Challenge Gillibrand

NOM-Backed Candidate to Challenge Gillibrand

Republican primary winner Wendy Long once said she would not attend a same-sex wedding on principle.

Gay Candidate Wins New York Congressional Primary

Gay Candidate Wins New York Congressional Primary

Sean Patrick Maloney, a gay former aide to President Bill Clinton, won the Democratic primary and will face Rep. Nan Hayworth, who has a moderate reputation on LGBT rights compared to some other Tea Party-backed Republicans.

NYC Council Saves HIV AIDS and Homeless LGBT Services

NYC Council Saves HIV/AIDS, Homeless LGBT Services

New York City advocates spoke out after the City Council voted to retain funding for several key services, including the Runaway and Homeless Youth Services program, and funding for HIV/AIDS h

Pentagon Hosts First Pride Celebration
June 27 2012 12:57 AM ET

Pentagon Pride: More Work to be Done

The Defense Department recognized LGBT Pride Month for the first time by cheering DADT repeal but acknowledging the implementation work that remains.

Supreme Court Rejects Most of AZ Immigration Law


New York Celebrates Marriage Equality Anniversary

NYC Pride: One Year After Marriage Equality

Sunday marked the first anniversary of the passage of the marriage equality law in New York. Pride marchers celebrated with a party, by reflecting on the year’s achievements, and by setting a to-do list.

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