Tim Cook's words about discrimination highlight the need for stronger antidiscrimination laws, and not just for LGBT citizens.
Despite several court rulings and a decided victory in the court of public opinion, Idaho governor Butch Otter isn't willing to let marriage equality take hold in the Gem State.
Media coverage of the Apple CEO's announcement was largely respectful, but one syndicated radio show radiated homophobia.
Being of two Senate Democrats who don't support marriage equality isn't antigay enough for the National Organization for Marriage's campaign in Arkansas.
The Roman Catholic hierarchy is not pleased with decisions by universities, including Creighton and Notre Dame, to offer benefits to same-sex spouses of employees.
Trans residents of British Columbia are rallying this weekend to draw attention to their province's years-long wait lists for state-covered gender-affirming surgeries.
After a disappointing defeat, the New York politician is back with a new cause to fight for: She wants you to vote for the Women's Equality Party
The subpoenas have drawn much wrath from the right, but Mayor Annise Parker said she was not giving in to critics but serving the best interest of Houston.
Yes, another crazed rant from Harlem minister James David Manning, who says Starbucks is 'ground zero' for Ebola.
'I implore you to use the power of your office to allow loving couples to marry now in your state,' says the woman who defeated DOMA.
While some LGBT and allied voices advocated for change, the Southern Baptist Convention event in Nashville largely reflected the leadership's continued opposition to LGBT equality and acceptance.