If ever you needed reminding that Britain and the United States are divided by a common language, consider the fact that a Conservative-led government in London now endorses gay marriage.
An organization representing lesbian and gay journalists is forming an alliance with UNITY: Journalists of Color, a larger group that promotes diversity in journalism.
Jane Lynch delivered one of her funniest lines during the Emmys last night when she introduced the stars of "Entourage" to the stage.
At midnight Sept. 20, the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ law prohibiting openly gay lesbian and bisexual Americans from serving in the U.S. military will end.
Chaz Bono's debut on Dancing With The Stars tonight has already been tremendously controversial, but his appearance is bringing together different factions of the LGBT community to view the premiere and vote for the first transgender contestant in the show's history.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Defense Department is set to formally repeal the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy that has been in place since 1993.
The Atlanta Police LGBT Advisory Board meets Monday, Sept. 19, at 7 p.m. at Atlanta City Hall, committee room 2.
Bullying of LGBT youth is making up a growing number of discrimination complaints received by the Obama administration.
There were no LGBT-related questions during the Monday, Sept. 12 Republican presidential debate, even though the driving interest behind the debate was the Republican Party’s far right-wing.
With political campaigns gearing up across the country, the Gay and Lesbian Victory rolled into Chicago Sept. 8-11 to talk LGBT politics with local leaders and potential candidates across the nation.