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It may be the end of all hope for opponents of same-sex marriage.
FilmOut San Diego’s 17th annual LGBT Film Festival will take place from May 29-31 at the historic Observatory North Park Theatre.
Popular Manga artist Jiraiya is taking the world by storm. His depictions of beefy, hulky bodybuiders is in direct contrast to what most people might think of when they envision gay Asian men.
President Obama points out Angeline Jackson, executive director of Quality of Citizenship Jamaica and an LGBT activist globally, for special praise.
At the end of their ropes, opponents give it their all.
The stage is set to make LGBT history.
How long will we have to wait for the answers?
Tevin Johnson-Campion will be in the middle of history supporting his two dads.
Here are a few things to remember while the SCOTUS arguments are being heard.
Hale media publisher marries Carl DeMaio in Oceanside ceremony.
Fireside chat was a mistake.
Transgender woman Veronica Bolina is brutally assaulted by Police in Sao Paulo.
GoFundMe says Kleins' account violates laws and nixes further contributions.
7.8 magnitude earthquake flattens Kathmandu.
The city with the best beaches and most stunning views gets recognized for being a world leader.
Bruce Jenner becomes a hero once again for people across the world.
'Sweet Cakes' bakery in Oregon may have to pay damages for the emotional suffering of a lesbian couple who they refused to serve.
Campus in Ohio says they are "taking back the rainbow".
History is made today as Loretta Lynch, the first black Attorney General of the United States is confirmed.
Historic Balboa Park's Plaza de Panama got a vibrant make-over Wednesday, with visitor-friendly accessories.
"Out in the Night" is a new documentary that examines a 2006 case through the lives of four young women. The film reveals how their race, gender identity, and sexuality become criminalized in the mainstream news media and criminal legal system.
Some very weird arguments for banning same-sex marriage.
“Unnecessary Farce” plays through May 10, 2015 at North Coast Repertory Theatre, 987 Lomas Santa Fe Dr., Suite D in Solana Beach.
A new bill gives power to the students and their teachers to build support for LGBT youth in school.