Photos from LIVE Consortium’s “This Is How We Brunch”, November 11, 2012. Photos by Dalton DeHart.
Archive for December, 2012
Chile’s government has apologized to a lesbian judge who was denied custody of her three daughters because she is gay.
Liverpool midfielder Suso has been fined 10,000 pounds ($16,000) for posting a tweet about teammate Jose Enrique.
A former University of Toledo administrator on Monday lost an appeal over her firing for an opinion piece she wrote that a court said implied that gay people don’t deserve the same rights as black people.
The state Senate president said Monday she anticipates a committee vote on same-sex marriage in the coming legislative session, despite her opposition to it, if the House of Representatives endorses it.
Montana’s highest court on Monday rejected an “overly broad” request that gay couples be guaranteed the same benefits as married couples, but left the door open for advocates to modify their case and try again.
A Polk County judge has ordered the state to change the way it handles child death certificates for same-sex parents.
The focus of the criminal investigation is 61-year-old Harry Nicoletti, of Coraopolis, who remains scheduled for trial Jan. 8 on 89 counts including charges that he sexually or physically abused prisoners, including a transsexual inmate.
Even in retirement, Barney Frank promises to antagonize the right wing.
Tens of thousands of people supporting the Socialist government’s plan to legalize same-sex marriage and adoptions in France have marched in a Paris demonstration.