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David Mixner

Find out the latest news about David Mixner, a longtime advocate of LGBT rights as well as the antiwar movement. He is a political strategist, civil rights activist, a prominent blogger, and public affairs adviser who has raised upwards of $30 million for political campaigns and causes. He is also working to expand access for people with HIV and AIDS domestically and abroad. Learn more about David Mixner and other advocates who help support issues like marriage equality and helped contribute to the end of Don't Ask, Don't Tell.

Gay Godfather David Mixner was both pro-sex and pro-equality

Reflecting on the legacy of the man who brought LGBTQ+ liberation to the White House.

PHOTOS: The Out100 Event of the Year, 2013

The boldest moments from the Out100 gala.

Barilla Pasta Announces New Company 'Diversity and Inclusion' Initiative

The pasta company is making a corporate commitment to diversity with a new leadership initiative in response to earlier antigay comments made by company chairman Guido Barilla.

WATCH: Va. Pol Says 'God Is Not Pleased' with DADT Repeal

Right Wing Watch uncovers additional evidence of E.W. Jackson's homophobia.

Op-ed: Bill Clinton's Wasted Opportunity at the GLAAD Awards

The president who signed "don't ask, don't tell" and DOMA had the chance to address his role in these laws and use his turnaround on them as a teachable moment. But that didn't happen.

Op-ed: The Clintons and Marriage

Lane Hudson on Bill and Hillary Clinton's long, complicated journey with marriage equality.

A Southern Strategy: Meet the Neighbors

As marriage equality sweeps across the nation, progress remains glacially slow in one region: the South.

Supreme Court Moment: How to Take Part From Near or Far

Lines formed for days to get into today's first hearing before the Supreme Court on marriage equality but it isn't the only place where history will be made.

PHOTOS: New Yorkers Rally for Marriage

New Yorkers this weekend joined people all over the country in rallying for marriage equality with a march through Greenwich Village. It was followed by a candlelight vigil in Times Square organized by activist David Mixner.

What's Missing From Clinton's DOMA Op-Ed?

The 42nd President of the United States says it's time to abolish the so-called Defense of Marriage Act, which he signed into law in 1996. But LGBT advocates say he's not telling the whole story.


Op-ed: A Call for Protests Outside Supreme Court

As the Supreme Court considers marriage equality for the first time, activists Cleve Jones and David Mixner call for demonstrations in March.

David Mixner Among Honorees for Ali Forney Center Fund-raiser

The longtime activist will be among one of the honorees at a benefit for the nation's largest services and advocacy organization for LGBT homeless youth.