The children may be overshadowed in the run-up to oral arguments, but they’re at the very heart of the Michigan case
In addition to the White House’s call to end gay ‘conversion’ therapy, two L.A.-based Congressmen are determined to see it banned for good
Michael Weinstein’s critics are calling the Florida lawsuit a scandal. But is it?
The Asian community too often is left out of discussions around HIV/AIDS prevention. APAIT has been there for 28 years but they need some help now.
There's a whole new campaign crew around Hillary Clinton this time—including openly gay people. Let's see if that helps.
Is the SNL skit really a comedic glimpse at how America looks at Hillary? It's going to be a long, bumpy and funny road to 2016.
Finally, relief is on the way for teens who've been abused and traumatized. Now to get bi-partisan support.
Hillary Clinton is surely the "inevitable" Democratic nominee - but she needs to be careful about not taking that for granted.
In 1965, Frank Kameny marched in front of the White House protesting for gay rights carrying a sign that said "Gay is Good." 50 years later, President Obama finally heeded that message.
UPDATED 4:40PM: There's not other way to say it: Florida Republicans are turning back the clock to the 1950s.
Gay Angelino Jeremy Bernard brought some sophisticated gay culture and political nuances to the White House and the people loved him.
Rand Paul is the GOP's "maverick" for 2016. But though he's had some incredible screw ups, don't count him out just yet.
Just because HIV/AIDS is not in the news everyday doesn't mean our people are not still getting infected with a "manageable" but still incurable disease.
Before she helped First Lady Michelle Obama become popular, Kristina Schake helped the federal Prop 8 couples deal with the media by being themselves.
In picking this Nigerian hater, the Anglican Communion is saying they care more about reaching out to Muslims than not killing gays. Thank heavens for the pro-LGBT US Episcopal Church!
(Updated) So this RFRA isn't as bad as the original. But still - LGBT can be fired for no reason other than they're LGBT. Ain't that discrimination?
UPDATED: Pence signed bill. The "fix" does not allow a "provider" to refuse service to the general public, but LGBT people can still be fired.
Very early for flip-flopping. But apparently none of the top Republicans saw the backlash from business against the anti-gay Religious Freedom Restoration Acts in Indiana and Arkansas.
Maybe winning hearts and minds has had its day. Maybe the truth now is much starker: we need to convince businesses their bottom line is at stake.
With states under so much pressure from big businesses to not discrimination against gay people, perhaps it's time for a big push on ENDA to "fix" the RFRA debate.
This place reminds me of Morris Kight, and Rob Roberts and Wayne Karr and so many others.
Indiana's reputation has been seriously damaged but the governor thinks it's because of a media "smear" and perception problem.
Much attention is focused now on religious exemption laws—but none on the torture and abuse of "troubled teens" in the name of Christ and a billion dollar industry.
The question is: does Mike Pence want to be the GOP nominee in 2016 more than he wants to govern an economically sound, non-discriminatory state?
Why the so-called "Sodomy Suppression Act" - SSA - isn't Nazi-like. Oh, wait a minute....