Archive for November 2009
With the busiest shopping season of the year upon us, the Human Rights Campaign has released its annual guide – to which retailers support gay rights, and which don’t.
Gays in the Military experts are blasting a new poll, sent by Military Times magazine to its readers, that asks about Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. Read the rest of this entry »
The Washington Blade may be gone, but the paper’s mission continues.
More than 150 college students in Florida are planning to protest an ex-gay group’s national conference on Saturday. The National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality or NARTH is holding its 2009 convention in West Palm Beach.
It appears it was the owners of the Washington Blade and Southern Voice who decided to shut down their newspapers this week –not the Small Business Administration, as some had speculated.
The American Civil Liberties Union is demanding that an Alabama High School allow a student to bring a lesbian date to next year’s prom.
A pair of Washington DC political bloggers and gay advocates are calling on LGBT rights supporters to ‘pause’ their donations to the Democratic National Committee. Read the rest of this entry »
There are huge changes in store for The Advocate. Following rumors circulated last week by gay blog Queerty, the magazine’s parent company confirmed Tuesday that The Advocate will be “bundled” with sister magazine Out. Read the rest of this entry »