Michigan couple at heart of SCOTUS marriage equality arguments will be in LA Friday.
Analysis of the election results includes questions about John Duran.
Watch results naked. Here's how.
Sexism and independent expenditures reared up again this year in WeHo. Will it make a difference?
Cultural attitudes towards LGBT people have changed substantially in 20 years. Now it's time to legally support LGBT families.
The light of a magnificent truth-seeker has been extinguished, but his refraction still waves throughout the universe
Not that she ever had a problem speaking her mind, but Sen. Barbara Boxer really let loose on the Republicans over their immigration hypocrisy.
As long as we are not fully equal, the words "gay" and "LGBT" mean something and must be said out loud.
It is not an exaggeration to say that voters in West Hollywood's March 3 election will determine the future of the city.
One of the biggest surprises came after the Oscars telecast when the screenwriter revealed a personal plot point.
How wonderful that a globally-known singing drag star is a fresh face for haute couture.
The death of an artist whose artistry thrilled millions.
This year's LGBT Oscars frontrunner has been criticized for not being documentary-like, but when does poetic license trump the truth?
The final debate before the March 3 elections is TONIGHT from 5:30-7:30pm at the West Hollywood College Preparatory School at 1317 N. Crescent Heights Blvd.
Another full-throated ally in the effort to have love triumph over homophobia.
New HRC poll finds that 60% of voters support marriage equality as states create waves of discriminatory laws.
The LGBT community will not see another story-teller/activist like Dana Miller in a long, long time.
Where are the candidates on states with laws that proactively allow or enact LGBT discrimination?
The Sultan of Brunei might not care what the Creative City does, but LGBT citizens and their allies do.
Most immigration reform advocates think this is a temporary delay. But caution is still warranted.
AHF's new initiative emphasizes the urgency of dealing with HIV/AIDS, especially among black youth.
Now Obama says the 1996 questionnaire was misinterpreted. But moving on - he welcomes the Supreme Court ending the "patchwork" of marriage laws.
The new revelations are no surprise. But it still stings to fully realize that Obama intentionally threw gays under the bus to get elected.
The bears say they're happy they get to show the country that two guys who look like them can be a gay couple.
"Tolerance" is no longer enough: LGBT people now demand "acceptance." But that may be a longtime coming.