The state's first openly gay legislator filed the complaint with the State Bar of Texas, saying Attorney General Ken Paxton is encouraging county clerks to defy the law by denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Sylvia Cabus, a pro-equality Mormon, felt compelled to speak out after her family's picture was used.
Its financial contribution to a Salt Lake City program for homeless LGBT youth is believed to be its first ever to an LGBT organization.
Our entertainment and events highlights this week include the life of Amy Winehouse, Demi Lovato's swim in same-sex waters, and geekdom's high holy event: Comic-Con International.
A family friend who helped the Prescotts through their darkest hour with the death of 14-year-old Kyler has started a new family advocacy organization.
This lesbian minister laments how disconnected the equality efforts for different groups — for blacks, women, and gays — currently feels.
Friends remember U.S. Air Force veteran Jess Shipps, best known to friends as 'Jessie' the 'Lumberchick.'
The fallout from the Ted Cruz dinner, hosted by a pair of gay real estate magnates, washes onshore at the Fire Island Pines.
Two same-sex and two opposite-sex couples filed the suit Thursday against Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, who had ceased issuing marriage licenses. Meanwhile, a Tennessee county sees an exodus of officials opposed to marriage equality.
The first openly gay person to be named the state's Teacher of the Year said he was harassed by supervisors and colleagues.
The African country overturned a 19th-century law forbidding 'vices against nature.'
Effective immediately, decisions about discharging transgender Marines and members of the Navy must be approved by Pentagon officials.
While some Episcopal churches had blessed same-sex unions, this move makes the full marriage rite available to same-sex couples throughout the denomination.
The state of Louisiana was among the last holdouts on recognizing the Supreme Court's ruling.
In a profile of bisexual model Cara Delevingne, a Vogue writer suggests she should just 'trust a man.'
The victim, who has not been publicly identified, may nonetheless face jail time for homosexuality, which is illegal in Morocco.
Teachers, management, and even his friends coached Raymond avoid seeming too gay. But Judith Light (Angela from Who's the Boss) had different advice.
Rachel Maddow breaks down the state of equality for the leaders and county clerks in southern states still resisting the inevitable.
Republican presidential candidates draw a line between racism (which is bad) and homophobia (which is perhaps just fine).