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As Trump's Inauguration Draws Near, LGBT Activists Hope to 'Hold The Line'

By Michael d'Oliveira | Jan 21
Some local LGBT activists are looking back on 2016 with a sense of accomplishment. But there's a different feeling looking ahead to 2017 with the incoming Trump Administration and Republican-controlled Congress.

California Equality Group Hires First National Policy Director

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Jan 14
The LGBT advocacy group Equality California has hired its first national policy director.

No Rainbow Ahead for LGBT Americans

By Peter Jackson | Jan 7
The sobering, gun-in-your-face reality is that big challenges to the rights of every LGBT American lie ahead in 2017.

Your Marriage Will be Fine (and Other Questions Post-Election)

By Connie J. Vetter, Esq. | Dec 4
LGBT people are understandably worried about what will happen when Donald Trump takes over the presidency.

National Coming Out Day is October 11

By Denise Royal | Oct 8
For many, coming out is a journey; it is a way to embody gay pride instead of fear and shame. For others it may be just the opposite.

From the Ashes of Freedom to Marry, A New Group Emerges to Replace It

By Christiana Lilly | May 22
Even before the Supreme Court made its historic ruling clearing the way for marriage equality in all 50 states, one group was already looking ahead to the next fight.

Year in Review 2015: To Love, Honor and Cherish

By Chris Tittel | Dec 26
2015 was a banner year for dignity, family parity, and the equality of LGBTs in the United States and around the world. At the same time, anti-gay forces have never been more implacable. Here's a quick recap of some major events.

Gay Rights Activists March in New Delhi Parade

Nov 29
Hundreds of gay rights activists danced to drum beats and held colorful balloons as they marched in a parade in New Delhi on Sunday.

CA Gov. Brown Signs Slate of GLBT Bills

By Mathew S. Bajko | Oct 17
California will begin collecting LGBT demographic data and restrict how much insurers can charge for AIDS medications under laws signed this year by Governor Jerry Brown.

Pennsylvania Lawmakers Introduce LGBT Nondiscrimination Bill

By John Riley | Sep 6
A bipartisan group of Pennsylvania lawmakers on Wednesday introduced House and Senate versions of a bill that would prohibit discrimination against LGBT people.

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