A letter from two dads might help repair trust with gay parents after her State Deparment emails suggested she wasn't always on their side.
Fox News anchors can't seem to agree on whether Rachel Maddow hugging Democrats is wrong.
Justice of the Peace Bill Metzger will not issue licenses to gay or lesbian couples, according to his Facebook page.
It's the latest right-wing attempt to get around the Supreme Court's marriage equality ruling.
When a near-violent protest shut down a planned reception for LGBT Israeli group A Wider Bridge at the Creating Change conference last month, everyone involved lost.
A new podcast allows the imprisoned leaker of secrets to share her story for the first time.
The haters came in big numbers and matching tops, but they couldn't silence a trans boy and a trans girl and their supporters.
A Tennessee man is on administrative leave after authorities discovered he was allegedly leaving work to have sex with men for money.
Donald Trump told a lesbian reporter that he will "bring people together" and responded to a ringing endorsement from the late Joan Rivers.
The Republican governor says a 2014 ruling in favor of a trans student's equal access requires the legislature to take action, not his administration.
A middle school boy was told his icy blue dress and blonde wig were 'inappropriate,' even though students were encouraged to dress up as Disney characters for school spirit day.
The six new colorful stamps designed by an out artist are the first issued by the global body’s post office with an LGBT theme.
Our advice columnist, Adam Blum of San Francisco's Gay Therapy Center, says don't be ashamed to tell your partner you want him home more — and what you want him to do once he's there.
Indiana, goddam: State officials still refuse to take a positive step towards justice.
The atmosphere was tense at times, but still the Democratic contenders agreed on much.
Attorneys for Dharun Ravi, the former Rutgers student who set up a webcam to spy on gay freshman Tyler Clementi, have appealed Ravi's 2012 convictions for invasion of privacy.