While we appreciate the mainstream media coverage of this historic moment - as Jenifer Lewis put it - it's nice to know where we've been.
The Supreme Court could decide Friday on the right to marry, but securing marriage rights is not the same as full equality in our two Americas.
Now THIS is a purpose-drive life! And David Mixner's purpose is peace and justice for all people, but especially for his own LGBT tribe.
During the intentional governmental neglect of the AIDS crisis, the LGBT community lost a generation who could be serving as lovers, brothers and sisters, leaders and mentors today.
Jeb Bush said he's willing to speak to everybody. That should include the LGBT press, too.
We have come a very long way - on the shoulders of those who were just sick and tired of societal oppression.
Physical ability is only one attribute to do the 545-mile AIDS LifeCyle ride. A sense of humor and a big loving heart helps, too.
This is important: history is about to repeat itself and not in a good way for the LGBT community.
How will we win an LGBT civil rights bill if we can’t even talk to Ted Cruz? Viciousness in the gay community is nothing new
NOM is at it again—minimizing their loss and perpetuating the lies they made up during the Prop 8 battle.
It's important to remember why this commemoration was started and to put faces to LGBT discrimination.
The LGBT servicemembers and civilians who gave their lives and sacrificed during World War II are owed a tremendous Thank You!
Alexander Schmider and his mother Pam join the ranks of loving parents and LGBT children, many supported by PFLAG since 1976.
It's great the U.S. and private non-profits are funding AIDS efforts in Africa. But we're also propping up homophobia.
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?
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 LGBT community often considers religion as oppressive. But Eger sees Reform Judaism as inspiration for social justice.
As caught up in the thrill of the historical moment as we might be—we must never allow others to erase our LGBT history!