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Barney Frank, the outspoken former U.S. Congressman, speaking at the Equality Forum in Philadelphia tonight, had a few honest words about being gay.
Tim Cook, Ellen DeGeneres, Ryan Murphy, Rachel Maddow, and Anderson Cooper lead Out Magazine’s annual Top 50 list.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker this week spoke with New York-based civil rights attorney Yetta Kurland at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.
At the Democratic National Committee 2012 convention, LGBT groups begin the week with receptions and special welcome parties.
OUT Magazine’s annual OUT Power 50 list — the 50 supposed most powerful LGBT people to affect affect cultural and social attitudes — has just been published.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker, a lesbian, said she would be “shocked” and “surprised” if President Obama were to endorse same-sex marriage equality before the election.
Upon today’s news that the Ninth Circuit has reaffirmed California’s Prop 8 unconstitutional, a flurry of responses from LGBT rights groups have come. Here’s a sampling.
78 mayors of cities large and small today are joining together in Washington, D.C. at the winter meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors to sign a statement supporting same-sex marriage equality.
Across the nation on election day, voters — who went to the polls in higher-than usual numbers — had little trouble pushing back inroads made in the 2010 elections.
Under the guise of a National Day Of Prayer, Texas Governor and Presidential hopeful Rick Perry will take the stage in collaboration with a hate group
“The Gays,” apparently, are responsible for everything bad that happens, from 9/11 and the Vatican’s pedophilia priests problem, to not enough food to eat.
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