Topics :: LGBT
Wednesday Jun 19, 2013
A Brazilian congressional human rights committee on Thursday approved legislation that would allow psychologists to treat homosexuality as a disorder or pathology.
By Sergio N. Candido | Saturday Mar 30, 2013
Despite having established anti-discrimination laws, Albania has been labeled Europe’s most hostile country for gays, according to a new survey.
By John Riley | Monday Mar 25, 2013
As part of Women’s History Month, the Mayor’s Office of GLBT Affairs will honor five women who have made a significant contribution to the LGBT community.
By Chris Persaud | Tuesday Mar 12, 2013
Dixie Land may not be known as a bastion LGBT-friendliness, but there are places in it where Southern Comfort does extend to gays.
By Sergio N. Candido | Monday Mar 11, 2013
Graying gays who were convicted on sodomy charges in West Germany during the first half of the 20th century under a Nazi-era law are asking for their records to be cleared before they die.
By Randy Hope | Thursday Feb 21, 2013
Everyone is invited to join in the celebration at the Historical Society of Long Beach.The exhibit is set to highlight the struggle for equal rights and the tremendous contributions of the LGBT community in Long Beach.
By John Riley | Wednesday Feb 6, 2013
The policy brief outlines action items that would expand or protect current District laws with regard to equality for LGBT individuals, couples and families.
By Matthew Wexler | Friday Feb 1, 2013
Homoquotables offers romantic gay themed greeting cards that are perfect for special occasions.
Thursday Jan 31, 2013
The sense of family was evident in his final days in Huntsville, Ala., home to his sister and mother, Shirley Triplett, watched over by them and his partner, Jack Squier.
By Andrea Dulanto | Thursday Jan 31, 2013
The foundation honors its own allies during the second annual Aqua Ally Awards on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Bacardi Building in Coral Gables.