Gay families who showed up en masse with their children at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday were greeted with one loud bullhorn and hundreds of welcoming smiles
A suburban New York high school has censored a scheduled appearance by noted transgender author and activist Kate Bornstein (pictured) after complaints from a local businessman.
News 2006-04-18 Group blocks Cincinnati antidiscrimination law from taking effect A group opposing a Cincinnati ordinance update that extends discrimination protection to gay people blocked the change
The British Consulate-General Hong Kong deems domestic-partnership registration inappropriate.
Contrary to state law, Massachusetts Catholic adoption agencies won't be penalized for refusing to consider gays and lesbians as adoptive parents.
News 2006-04-18 The children of gay and lesbian couples roll eggs at the White House Thousands of children, including some brought by gay and lesbian parents, braved chilly rain at the South Lawn of th
News 2006-04-18 Appeals court rules in favor of casino's makeup rule A federal appeals panel has ruled against a lesbian bartender in Nevada who sued the parent company of Harrah's, upholding the
News 2006-04-15 Former Malaysia PM: It was "moral duty" to accuse heir apparent of being gay Former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad said Friday he had a moral du
Events 2006-04-15 Los Angeles sculpture show opening April 30 focuses on social epidemics Artist Jonathan Arland will display several of his sculptures that focus on social epidemics, including AIDS an