The president of the anti-gay Family Research Council sent out an email blaming the rise in sexual assault in the military on the repeal of "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell."
Two Democratic legislators and the head of a nonprofit organization advocating for LGBT rights in Virginia held a press call Tuesday to condemn the anti-LGBT records and rhetoric used by the GOP’s statewide candidates.
Cornerstone Baptist Temple in Dayton, Ohio took an ad out in their local paper offering $25 Chick-fil-A gift cards to married straight couples that attended an event honoring what the church called "Biblical marriage."
The Boy Scouts of America’s National Council has voted to ease a long-standing ban and allow openly gay boys to be accepted as Scouts.
A Manhattan Criminal Court Grand Jury indicted Elliot Morales, accused of shooting and killing a gay man in the West Village last weekend for a hate crime murder.
A MMA fighter has filed a lawsuit against a sexual performance gel company, claiming the product permanently damaged his penis and that he can no longer ejaculate.
Gay men in Canada can now donate blood, but there’s a catch: You must not have had sex with another man in the last five years. The Canadian Blood Services have approved the measure, and are hoping to implement it as soon as mid-summer.
The 2014-2015 Free Application for Federal Student Aid, best known by its acronym FAFSA, will collect income and other information from a dependent student’s legal parents regardless of their marital status or gender.
Kaitlyn Hunt, the Florida teenager who stands accused of felonious abuse stemming from a same-sex relationship, and her attorney held a press conference on Wednesday to address the continued media scrutiny of a case that has made its way around the world.
Though gay activists have seen incredible strides regarding LGBT rights over the past few years, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act has yet to be signed into law, despite it being introduced in almost every Congress since 1994.