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PASADENA>> In a Tournament of Roses first, two Los Angeles men will celebrate their gay marriage on a Rose Parade float as it goes down Colorado Boulevard on New Year's Day.
Michigan's Republican governor said last week that he is open to adding LGBT protections to the state's anti-discrimination law, Michigan Live reports.
Africa's gays are looking for their own Nelson Mandela - someone who will rescue them from violence and a raft of laws that criminalize gay sex.
In the wild woolies of the Midwest, tech lesbians Margaret Hultz and Marie Davis, aka the Wickedly Sisters, have come up with an app for the Android Tablet or Kindle Fire that very well could revolutionize the way we read books.
Following Time magazine's recent move, LGBT magazine the Advocate revealed on Tuesday that Pope Francis was their "Person of the Year," CBS News reports.
Indiana State University's faculty, staff and student groups have joined Indiana's growing collegiate opposition to the state's proposed constitutional ban on gay marriage.
When Illinois lawmakers considered a landmark vote on same-sex marriage, religious and conservative groups vowed to retaliate against those who voted in favor by grooming potential primary challengers in next year's elections.
Pope Francis announced changes in the influential Vatican office that evaluates and nominates candidates for bishop around the world.
Sean Lewrence, of Philadelphia, holds up a flag during a June rally for gay marriage on Independence Mall.
It's a frosty December afternoon. A light snow falls. Settling on the old powder with the softest of sighs, it makes all sparkle anew.
Gay couples who want to wed immediately in Illinois because one partner has a life-threatening illness could do so starting today , rather than waiting until the state's same-sex law takes effect in June.
In 1983, the problem was getting the media to pay attention to HIV/AIDS. In 2013, the problem is getting the media to pay attention to HIV/AIDS.
A federal court is ordering an Illinois county clerk's office to issue a marriage license to any same-sex couple who wants to wed immediately because one of them has a life-threatening illness.
The suit was brought by the stars of the television reality series "Sister Wives," and a federal judge's ruling Friday throws out the law's section prohibiting "cohabitation," saying it violates constitutional guarantees of due process and religious freedom.
Scott Lively, the vehemently ultra-conservative minister known for his crusade against the LGBT community, is currently being sued by a Ugandan civil rights group for crimes against humanity but that isn't stopping him from running for Massachusetts governor, Mass Live reports.
A Cleveland police official says police believe the recent slayings of two transgender women were motivated by hate.