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The owner of a popular Pennsylvania bakery is feeling the heat after reportedly rejecting a lesbian couple's request for a cake.
No story breaks the heart quite like one about love.
The guide will assist states to ensure that their policies reflect contemporary understanding of HIV transmission routes and associated benefits of treatment and do not place unnecessary burdens on individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Special Delivery's popular annual Pride barbecue fundraiser on July 19 will be moving to Rich's, after nearly two decades of being hosted at the Top of the Park.
As Ireland prepares to vote on gay marriage, with a referendum scheduled for next spring, one group cheekily asks residents of the Emerald Isle if they are ready for “ARMAGAYDDON."
Same-sex married couples could soon qualify for the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) even if they reside in a state that legally prohibits gay marriage.
The fall of Proposition 8 coincided with the rise in weddings in California, new stats show.
The Justice Department is set to urge the Supreme Court to uphold a lower-court ruling and block states from banning same-sex marriage, Attorney General Eric Holder says.
While proponents of gay marriage have been winning court victories in state after state, one part of the ruling quietly gaining momentum and generating controversy is that many gays are now able to qualify for legal residency if they marry their same-sex partner.
Americans' support for the law recognizing same-sex marriages as legally valid has increased yet again, now at 55%. Marriage equality advocates have had a string of legal successes over the past year, most recently this week in Pennsylvania and Oregon where federal judges struck down bans on gay marriage.
A Maine enforcement action made public today indicates that the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) may have intentionally violated a variety of state laws in 2009, including not only Maine but also Iowa and New Hampshire campaign finance laws.
Ten years ago Massachusetts became the first state in America where same-sex couples could share in the freedom to marry. Since then, 16 other states and Washington, DC have followed, resulting in 40% of Americans who now live in a state with the freedom to marry, up from zero a decade ago.
Same-sex marriage might not be recognized in Dolly Parton's native Tennessee, but the blond bombshell supports equality for all.
A surprise marriage proposal concludes with a surprise of its own! Watch!
While marriage equality is the law of the land in 17 states and the District of Columbia, right now thirty-three states have either a law or constitutional amendment restricting marriage to the union of one man and one woman.
Lambda Legal has filed a federal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia on behalf of three same-sex couples and the surviving spouse of one additional same-sex couple challenging Georgia’s discriminatory marriage ban.
Documentary photographer Vincent Cianni offers a stark and stunning look at gay and lesbian service members in his forthcoming book, Gays in the Military.
In an effort to help prevent HIV infections and reduce stigma, the Hornet Gay Social Network launches a feature that will help users located HIV testing services and learn more about PrEP and other topics related to the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Family members, friends and a number of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights advocates are crying foul after the alleged victim of an anti-gay hate crime in Atlanta received a prison sentence.
After battling with a New Jersey school district, a transgender girl in New Jersey will finally be able to attend the middle school as herself.