Getting LGBT history into California’s schools won’t be easy, but a gay politician says it’s a matter of life and death.
A draft constitution for Nepal would enshrine LGBT rights advances as breathtaking as the heights of Mount Everest if lawmakers are willing to adopt the document.
Following setbacks for marriage equality and transgender rights legislation in the Maryland legislature, stunned advocates regroup and grapple with immediate questions of trust.
As the demise of “don’t ask, don’t tell” proceeds, the administration and Pentagon have some explaining to do about how to bring equality to gay military spouses.
Los Angeles radio talk-show host John Phillips handicaps some of the potential GOP candidates in the 2012 presidential race.
With the largest GOP majority in the nation, the Wyoming legislature is an unexpected place for the defeat of antigay legislation.
Does being gay make one necessarily partial? One potential juror said yes.
What will become of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act?
Josh Rosenzweig goes solo to tweak the typical talk show with his new interview program, Just Josh.
As the battle over marriage heats up in New Hampshire, retiring bishop V. Gene Robinson vows to never stop preaching for equality.
Regime change brings hope to Egyptian gays — but what of other LGBT folks stuck in some of the world’s most homophobic places?
In the new film When Strangers Click, an unlikely Internet horror story helps tear down the shame of finding love online.
Will marriage equality finally arrive in the Empire State?
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