News 2006-04-06 Illinois town council agrees to host Gay Games rowing event The city council of Crystal Lake, Ill., has agreed to host a rowing event for gay athletes this summer, despite opposition fr
News 2006-04-06 Ford forced to consider voiding sexual orientation protections Ford Motor Co. shareholders will decide whether to amend the company's equal-employment policy to exclude sexual orientati
News 2006-04-06 South Korean military to improve rights for gay soldiers South Korea will consider ways to improve the rights of gay soldiers, the defense ministry said today in Seoul, amid growin
The antigay American Family Association is at it again, this time threatening Wal-Mart for selling DVDs of Brokeback Mountain.
Events 2006-04-06 Vault Legal Diversity Job Fair in New York City, April 21–22 The Vault Legal Diversity Job Fair, an event produced in conjunction with the Minority Corporate Counsel Associatio
The question of whether Crystal Lake, Ill., should give the Gay Games a permit to have a boat race this summer on a small man-made lake has become a heated battle between those who see the event as a threat to their small-town way of life and those who see such views as simply small-minded.
News 2006-04-05 Utah theater owner speaks out on canceling Brokeback Mountain After months of silence, Utah Jazz owner Larry H. Miller has explained his decision to pull Brokeback Mountain fro