Exodus backtracks on the idea of a cure, but gay activists say the group is as antigay as ever.
Eighty-two years ago today, a legend of gay rights and politics was born. Harvey Milk became the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in California as a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. His short time in office during the 1970s was groundbreaking, and inspiring to his peers and the many people who came after him. All across California and around the world, people celebrate the life of the late gay political icon.
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Texas activist Bettie Naylor, who worked with several organizations like the Human Rights Campaign, Planned Parenthood and Annie's List died Thursday at age 84.
A regional leader of the Boy Scouts of America said the group ejected a den leader solely because she is a lesbian.
Porn impresario Michael Lucas looks for the country’s gay Martin Luther King Jr., and finds little to celebrate.
With AIDS funding slashed throughout the state of California, AIDS Walk Los Angeles is particularly important this year. Tom Whitman asks the million-dollar question: Will you walk?