Police have now launched a homicide investigation in the case of the Ecuadorian man who died on Tuesday after he was brutally attacked while walking hand-in-hand with his brother in
Obama’s pick to lead the White House Council on Environmental Quality, Nancy Sutley, is the first openly gay person appointed to a senior role in his administration.
Despite the lack of participation in yesterday’s “Day Without A Gay” protest, many activists supported the concept.
The New York Times writes on what’s being called a new generation of LGBT activists.
The Times also has the details of Tuesday’s Supreme Court hearing on
New Jersey’s Civil Union Review Commission has concluded that the state's civil union law doesn't do enough to give same-sex couples the same protections as straight married couples, and that the legislature should pass a same-sex marriage bill.
Despite the Catholic Church’s opposition, the EU is still hoping to convince the U.N. to support a resolution to decriminalize being gay in countries where laws against it still exist.
Toe-tapping Senator Larry Craig’s latest attempt to appeal his guilty plea has failed.