Montrose Remembrance Garden dedication ceremony, July 28, 2011. Photos by Dalton DeHart.
Archive for August, 2011
Prosecutors say the identity of a man recorded on a webcam in a gay intimate encounter with a New Jersey university student who killed himself should remain a secret.
A gathering of Presbyterians opposed to the ordination of sexually active gay and lesbian clergy drew nearly 2,000 people from around the country after the denomination overturned restrictions against gay ordination.
A psychiatrist testified during a sentencing hearing that a Kansas man had lost control mentally on the night he shot and killed four family members in November 2009.
The Nebraska Supreme Court has issued a decision that may clarify custody rights for same-sex couples in the state.
A gay former Army lieutenant arrested for handcuffing himself to a White House fence during a protest is being treated differently because he is a prominent voice for gay rights, his lawyer said Monday.
Jurors have not reached a verdict in the trial of a California teen accused of murdering a gay classmate at school three years ago.
Federal grant money awarded to a social conservative group to provide marriage counseling also helped pay some of its operational expenses while it was leading an anti-gay marriage campaign, according to grant documents obtained by The Associated Press under the Freedom of Information Act.
Rick Perry has signed a pledge to back a federal constitutional amendment against gay marriage–a reversal from a month ago when the Texas governor said he so supported individual states’ rights that he was fine with New York’s approval of same-sex marriage.
Harrah’s New Orleans will kick-off the celebration this Labor Day weekend with the largest gay event in New Orleans, Southern Decadence, by hosting the Grand Marshall’s dinner and official kick-off extravaganza block party on September 1.