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Moving Kodak short proves 'Love Wins'

Moving short from Kodak is a tearjerker.

A new short film from Kodak is a moving tribute to being gay, and the power of acceptance.

“Understanding” is directed by Terry Rayment and it tells the story of a young man named Nolan who is in love with his classmate Dillon.

The two are inadvertently outed by his younger sister who catches them kissing in Nolan's bedroom.

Bombshell! Catholic bishops alter attitude toward the gays

Heeding the conciliatory tone of Pope Francis, Roman Catholic bishops today opened their arms to the gays in a stunning thawing of the Church's attitude toward the LGBT community.

Seventh Circuit mandates gay marriage for Indiana

The day after the U.S. Supreme Court let stand the gay-marriage ruling by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the appellate court today issued the Baskin mandate ordering Indiana to legalize same-sex marriage. This is a mere formality, but a necessary legal move to ensure that the red state follows the law.

Commentary: Who's telling the truth at LGBT Weekly?

LGBT Weekly Publisher Stampp Corbin says this, and "Mayor of Hillcrest" columnist Nicole Murray Ramirez says that. So who is writing fiction over there?

Kristin Beck truly is "Lady Valor" and a transgender heroine

A former Navy SEAL who spent many years based in San Diego, and who came out as a transgender woman two years after retiring from the military in 2011, is the subject of a compelling documentary, “Lady Valor: The Kristin Beck Story.”

How the criminalization of the queer community affects us all

Sexual minorities, including queer and LGBT people, face many obstacles when navigating the criminal justice system. And find themselves at the mercy of unreasonable and homophobic/transphobic sex laws.