It's never to late to come out!
Know your LGBT history—gays were in Auschwitz, too, and some were re-arrested under Paragraph 175 after the war ended
So many women of color won awards. OSCARS are gonna look pretty pale.
Has the lesbian, gay and bisexual community forgotten what serving in silence felt like?
The West Hollywood City Council candidates forum was long on talk, short on inspiration.
You might have missed MaryAnn unless she wanted to pat you on the back or kick your ass. But she was there.
Mike Huckabee is out selling books and running for the GOP presidential nod. But embedded in his good ole boy package is a dog-whistle of racism and homophobia.
Obama seemed relaxed, framing policy items that will be hard for a 2016 GOP contender to fight, including big applause for gay marriage.
President Obama is expected to talk a lot about income inequality. Will he include continued job discrimination against LGBT people?
Anderson knows just how to skewer this absurd pastor without igniting a firestorm on the Religious Right
This year the celebration of MLK's life is different. It's also the 50th anniversary of the turning point in the civil rights movement known as "Bloody Sunday."
The WeHo elections for 4 out of 5 seats this March and June could change the progressive WeHo we have known for 30 years.
(UPDATED) Looks like the Court will decide whether same-sex couples have the constitutional right to marry or not.
While we await word from the Supreme Court about whether they will take up the issue of marriage equality, the Pope seems to be back-tracking.
Despite all the progress made towards full LGBT equality, coming out is still a highly personal and courageous decision, especially when facing fears of family rejection.
The terrorist attacks in France have challenged us to confront our rhetoric on freedom of speech versus the reality that speech could inspire.
The clip from this terrific documentary showing the California Attorney General ordering marriages to start "now" in LA will surely be repeated as Harris runs for the US Senate in 2016.
LGBT heroine and the first woman and first minority Attorney General in California is the first to announce for Boxer's seat.
Usually the Golden Globes are all froth and alcohol, while this year was not only substantive but marked a turning point for entertainment
As thousands rally in Paris against terrorist attacks, the European symbol of the Freedom of Expression walks the Golden Globes' Red Carpet in Beverly Hills.
LGBT politicos and donors are going to have a tough time choosing among strong allies.
Reaction to the oral arguments seem pretty positive. Imagine marriage equality in the Deep South - before SCOTUS says they have to!
(UPDATE: AUDIO of 5th Circuit oral arguments; NO SCOTUS decision today.) Longtime respected court watcher Kathleen Perrin is in New Orleans and is posting observations and case files about this historic day.
People for the American Way's Michael Keegan says the Religious Right might be laughable, but they’re not dumb—or done.
In 1993, Sen. Barbara Boxer ushered Roberta Achtenberg through a Senate confirmation and confrontation with anti-gay Jesse Helms