Topics :: New York
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Aug 15, 2013
A gay couple was allegedly attacked outside a Manhattan movie theater after a group of men spewed anti-gay language towards them.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Aug 8, 2013
The same-sex couple who were allegedly attacked outside Madison Square Garden in New York City in May are now speaking out about the incident in a New York Times "Op-Doc" video.
Monday Aug 5, 2013
New York City bar owners poured bottles of Russian vodka into the streets of Manhattan on Monday in a protest against Russia’s crackdown on the gay community.
Friday Aug 2, 2013
Stoli is hosting 13 events at gay bars around the country looking for The Most Original Stoli Guy who will become the new face of the brand. NYC’s competition was hosted at the legendary, and soon to close its doors, Splash bar.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Jul 25, 2013
A high school basketball coach from Yonkers, N.Y. made headlines this week after revealing to his players that he is gay.
By Michael Gormley | Friday Jul 19, 2013
New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is using the power of the state’s $160 billion pension system to urge President Barack Obama to order federal agencies and programs around the country to recognize gay marriages performed in New York.
Saturday Jul 13, 2013
A $1 million government grant will help homeless gay youths in New York state who’ve had run-ins with the law get their lives on track. The money from the state Department of Labor will fund job training and education.
By Victor Yates | Tuesday Jul 2, 2013
A few months after New York City was plagued by a string of anti-gay hate crimes, EDGE reports on another attack that occurred in late June.
Monday Jul 1, 2013
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the campaign Saturday as lesbian and gay New Yorkers celebrated pride weekend.
By William Kapfer | Saturday Jun 29, 2013
Arizona has lately been acquiring a reputation as a right wing, out-of-touch backwater. People have reached this conclusion largely due to nationwide coverage of some of the more backward political personalities like Gov. Jan Brewer & Sheriff Joe Arpaio.