Memorials are being planned for gay rights pioneer Frank Kameny, who died this month, and the Smithsonian Institution opened a special display of some of Kameny’s picket signs on Friday.
Archive for October, 2011
A House panel is voting today whether to recommend repealing New Hampshire’s gay marriage law and replacing it with civil unions for any unmarried adults including relatives.
The number of gays and lesbians adopting children has nearly tripled in the past decade despite discriminatory rules in many states, according to an analysis of recent population trends.
A former Rutgers University student accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate’s intimate encounter with another man turned down a plea deal that could have limited his time behind bars to five years or kept him out of prison altogether.
A Massachusetts group and 12 others are working to stop the HIV/AIDS epidemic by pressing federal officials to quickly review the use of a daily pill to prevent new infections in gay and bisexual men and transgender women.
An EU lawmaker has asked the breakaway Turkish Cypriots to scrap anti-gay laws dating back to the divided island’s British colonial past.
In recent years, out actor Charlie David has staked himself a lovely niche in the gay film and TV world, with roles on series like “Dante’s Cove” and the film “Mulligans,” which he also wrote. David’s latest project, “Judas Kiss,” involved him as a producer and an actor. David spoke to “OutSmart” about producing, directing, and, of course, James Franco.
Everything is bigger in Texas, including Carnival Cruise Lines’ celebration for the U.S. debut of its newest ship, Carnival Magic. Carnival announced it has teamed up with three-time GRAMMY Award-winning band Maroon 5 to perform an exclusive concert to welcome the line’s newest “Fun Ship” to its year-round homeport of Galveston, Texas.
A National Guard member will be allowed to bring her same-sex partner to a family Guard event in North Conway, N.H.
A judge says the former Rutgers student accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate’s intimate encounter with another man should be given the man’s name.A judge says the former Rutgers student accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate’s intimate encounter with another man should be given the man’s name.