A Brazilian state judge has approved what the court said is the nation’s first gay marriage.
Archive for June, 2011
Three members of the Air Force have asked to be discharged because they are gay, moving quickly to get out of the military under the ban on openly gay service before its expected repeal later this year.
Anti-gay graffiti scrawled on three Southern California businesses is being investigated as a hate crime.
Divas of Diversity 2011 kickoff event in Houston, June 19, 2011. Photos by Dalton DeHart.
A proposal to allow gay couples to enter into civil unions is gaining momentum with just days left in the Rhode Island legislative session.
With New York now gearing up for same-sex weddings, the battle lines are forming for the next skirmishes over gay marriage- and the most dramatic could come in Minnesota.
Driver error likely was the reason for why a man was run over and killed during a gay pride parade in downtown Anchorage, according to police investigating the accident.
Lisa Miller’s path from lesbian in committed relationship to international fugitive started in 2003.
An Oregon man who tried to defend a stranger who was being called derogatory names was attacked on the street in Portland over the weekend.
Gov. Chris Christie says he won’t sign a bill allowing gay marriage in New Jersey like Gov. Andrew Cuomo did in neighboring New York.