Archive for August 2012
LGBT Republicans say they are proud of their contributions to this year’s national convention in Tampa.
The largest global AIDS organization is expanding its clinical services to incorporate basic scientific research.
The heavily promoted gay conservative bash accompanying the Republican National Convention was celebrated Tuesday night with drinks, music, confetti, and declarations of support for the party. But Homocon 2012 was low on advertised guests.
A Virginia gay couple returning from vacation in Costa Rica say they were horrified when one of their bags landed on the airport luggage carousel open, with a large purple dildo removed from the bag and taped to the outside with Continental Airlines packing tape.
Gay members of the Republican Party continued their efforts on Tuesday to press those attending the GOP National Convention in Tampa to “evolve” on marriage equality and other issues affecting LGBT Americans.
The one-day delay of the Republican National Convention because of passing Tropical Storm Isaac gave gay delegates and other LGBT leaders the chance to network and increase their visibility around the convention site.
The family members of lesbian and gay troops are taking their plea for recognition directly to Congress, in a new letter-writing campaign organized by the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network and the group OutServe.
The group Freedom to Marry says a campaign to win a marriage equality victory in a state ballot referendum this November met its three million dollar fundraising goal in just five months.
Life just got easier for transgender airplane and helicopter pilots. The Federal Aviation Administration has now simplified the medical certification procedure for pilots who transition sexes.