I have come to the reluctant conclusion that state legislative news cannot be avoided this week. First, there’s not a great deal of exciting alternative topics. Second, it looks like things are happening around the states that might actually be somewhat important.
A judge may rule next month on Governor Scott Walker's refusal to defend a Wisconsin law giving same sex couples hospital visiting rights.The law enacted under then-Governor Jim
Blanche Ely High School principal Karlton O. Johnson, accused of “outing” a gay student and threatening to suspend her and her gay friend for holding hands on campus, is coming under fire for his actions.
If it seems like opponents of equality are increasingly taking the low road, it is because they have clearly lost the high ground of public opinion.
Gov. Scott Walker has told a judge he wants to stop defending Wisconsin’s domestic partner registry in court because he doesn’t believe it’s constitutional.
A proposal to allow gay couples in Rhode Island to enter into civil unions is facing its first legislative test.
CNN anchor Don Lemon has come out as a gay man in his new book, a disclosure he knows comes at a risk.
The San Francisco Giants will become the first professional sports team to jump into the burgeoning anti-homophobia campaign with an upbeat. It Gets Better" video designed to bring hope to gay, lesbian, bisexual and...
Rick Welts was 40,000 feet in the air on a flight two hours from New York when, as he put it, “my life was changing below me.”
Iconic Aerosmith frontman and American Idol judge Steven Tyler says that he tried sex with another man once, but it just wasn't for him.