Daniel Villarreal was in Atlanta for Creating Change and brings back five things you should know.
Kathleen Wynne spoke with infectious optimism about the chances of an openly gay politician like her leading Ontario. Then she won.
The Catholic adoption agency argues that gays and lesbians should work with other agencies.
The state Senate passed a bill that would make it illegal for gay and lesbian state employees to be discriminated against, but the proposal faces an uncertain future.
Ashley Broadway was originally told that because she lacks a valid military ID, which are granted only to wives recognized by the military, that she couldn't join the officers' spouses club.
The senator, who introduced an assault weapons ban Thursday, discussed her experience with gun violence in San Francisco in 1978.
The commander in chief issued a brief video address to the thousands of LGBT activists gathered in Atlanta this week for the 25th Annual National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change.