News 2006-04-13 American priest who sued own diocese for alleged abuse quits priesthood A Roman Catholic priest who sued his own diocese last year for alleged abuse by another diocesan priest more than
Kentucky governor Ernie Fletcher celebrated "Diversity Day" by signing an executive order Tuesday that removed language from the state's affirmative action plan specifically protecting gay people from discrimination.
Gay legislator leads drive for expanding rights for gay and lesbian couples.
Department of corrections says prisoners can watch Get Rich or Die Tryin' but not Brokeback Mountain.
The California supreme court on Wednesday refused to hear a challenge to the state's groundbreaking domestic-partnership laws.
Five Soulforce activists were cited for trespassing and escorted off the campus at Brigham Young University Monday after demonstrating against the Mormon Church's antigay policies as part of the Equality Ride.
News 2006-04-12 Conservative Judaism's new seminary leader favors ordaining gay rabbis Jewish Theological Seminary of America, the prime school of Judaism's Conservative branch, named a layman Mo
News 2006-04-12 Kentucky legislator opposes funding school that expelled gay student A Kentucky state senator took exception with an item in the proposed state budget that includes funding for a buildi