Archive for April 2011
An LGBT advocacy group that fights religious extremism is demanding a Florida pastor remove herself from a local election because of her anti-gay views.
Gay rights advocates in the Middle East have created a new website that allows for open discussion on homosexuality–an ‘offense’ that’s punishable with life imprisonment or even death throughout most of the region.
A Tennessee Senate committee passed a bill last Wednesday prohibiting teachers from talking about homosexuality in the classroom until students are in the ninth grade.
Newly-elected city commissioners in Manhattan, Kansas, want to overturn a recently-passed ordinance that would protect LGBT residents in the areas of employment, housing and public accomodations.
Four gay rights groups have come together to form a coalition that will push to legalize same-sex marriage in New York.
House Republicans organized a subcommittee hearing Friday on the Obama administration’s decision to limit its defense of DOMA in certain courts, and Democrats came out swinging.
A former member of the National Organization for Marriage is coming out swinging against the anti-gay group, saying it rewards supporters for promoting its political agenda.
Two gay rights advocacy groups are teaming up to protest National Tax Day on behalf of same-sex couples who must file their returns separately.
A Missouri teen is fighting back against administrators after he was told to leave school for wearing a T-shirt that he says was supportive of equal rights.