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Dining Out For Life San Diego is scheduled for Thursday, April 24 and volunteer ambassadors to help make the event a success. The eighth annual event benefits the HIV/AIDS services and prevention programs at The San Diego LGBT Community Center.
A comprehensive state-by-state report details LGBT-related legislation in 2013, a year marked by huge victories for the LGBT community from statehouses across the nation to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Pope Francis has signaled that he could see the Catholic church tolerating some forms of same-sex civil unions -- though not marriage -- when it comes to situations such as medical care and property for gay couples.
“As the same-sex marriage debate continues in courtrooms across the country, the ASA will continue to emphasize the clear social science research consensus that children raised by same-sex parents fare just as well as children raised by heterosexual parents.”
"The court of public opinion now stands firmly on the side of justice and it's only a matter of time before our laws catch up."
The Dalai Lama comes out in support of marriage equality during a Larry King interview where he said that he is OK with same sex marriage.
Mark Regnerus, who published a roundly discredited anti-gay parenting study in 2012, took the stand today in the federal trial challenging Michigan’s ban on same-sex marriage.
The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) is joining the law firm of Magleby & Greenwood as counsel for the plaintiff couples in Kitchen v. Herbert, the lawsuit in which a federal judge recently struck down Utah’s ban on marriage by same–gender couples.
Jay Mercado opens the door, picks up packages on the doorstep and cheerily calls out to her partner Shirley Tan, “Look, hon, we have presents!” By a lavishly decorated, rotating Christmas tree, their son Jashley Mercado, 17, is planted on the living room couch, watching television, while Shirley putters in the kitchen.
Social Security brass said today that the agency will be making new payments to same-gender married couples who are widowed.
Kristen Sanchez wanted to make her proposal to Deseree Fawn to be memorable. And that she did.
Fashion and style icon Tim Gunn has partnered with the ACLU to promote the "My Big Gay (Il)legal Wedding" contest, which seeks to highlight the unfair patchwork of state marriage laws that exist across the United States and emphasize the importance of the freedom to marry.
In addition to the contributions made to the LGBT Sports Coalition, Nike is also making more groundbreaking moves in the sports world to end discrimation towards the LGBT community.
An Oregon teen is heating up the blogosphere after video footage of his incredible Bar Mitzvah speech in support of same-sex marriage surfaced.
Four legally married same-gender couples who recently filed a federal lawsuit challenging Tennessee’s refusal to respect their marriages ask the court for immediate protection of their families while the lawsuit proceeds.
Former "Family Ties" star Meredith Baxter -- who played the mom Elyse on the 1980s sitcom -- is now this much closer to tying the knot with her longtime girlfriend.
One of the latest videos by Fine Brothers Productions shows 13 kids reacting to the Home Depot Marriage Proposal" video, which has over 10 million views on YouTube.
114,000 were discharged from World War II through September 2011, when DADT was repealed. Many were treated as felons and banned from voting and collecting unemployment and veterans benefits. Many were discriminated against when seeking employment or housing.
As part of the UC San Diego AIDS Research Institute (ARI)'s "$20 for 20 Years" fundraising drive, three lucky donors will have the opportunity to win great prizes.
A 22-year-old lesbian from Lincoln, Neb., has accused her brother of an anti-gay hate crime, telling authorities that he and a friend attacked her and her fiancee with a crowbar and later tried to ram their car into oncoming traffic.
“The second time, I was very afraid,” said former Italian MP Vladimir Luxuria, about her detention in Sochi, Russia after she defied Vladimir Putin’s “gay propaganda” law twice at the Winter Olympic Games earlier this week, wearing a rainbow flag with a pro-gay slogan and even posing for photos with children.
Saying that an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case and a slew of state legislation are all part of a dangerous agenda to give corporations new rights to discriminate and deny health care, nearly 50 leading LGBT, HIV and women’s groups today issued a joint statement vowing to fight so-called “license to discriminate” efforts at every level.