5,000 people hit the pavement for the 5-mile run, the largest LGBT sporting even in NYC.
June is National LGBT Pride Month, and New York celebrates Pride Week this June 21-28, 2015. Join the month-long party at locations all across New York City.
City Council Education Chair Danny Dromm said Farina is on the right track after rolling out guidelines for handling transgender issues and introducing LGBT history into the curriculum.
Throngs of marchers hoisting signs and rainbow flags made their way down Fifth Avenue, West 8th Street and Christopher Street Sunday for New York City’s Gay Pride March.
The Long Island lawmaker is working to correct what he called unfair discharge papers for gay and lesbian veterans.
Gay pride was on full display at the 21st annual Queens Pride Parade.
An Oreo cookie campaign launched by Kraft Foods has many singing its praises, and others threatening a boycott.
Straight, gay or in-between, here are the places to get teeshirts, accessories, or head-to-toe outfits that shout your colors to the world. After all, closets should only be for clothes, so let’s go shopping and join the party.
The LGBT community is a growing cultural group in New York City. Events and exhibitions throughout town provide opportunity for supporters to discover more about the community.
Whether for a teen just struggling with gender identity or a confident senior citizen enjoying the golden years, the NYC LGBT community has something to offer.
How do you show your Pride? Send us your Gay Pride celebration photos and we’ll feature them in a gallery!
The Queens Pride Parade & Multicultural Festival took place on 37th Street in Jackson Height on Sunday. Newlywed Christine Quinn marched in the parade, as did the cast of the hit Broadway show “Wicked.”
New York City officials announced Wednesday they would open their clerks’ offices in all five boroughs for a full day July 24, saying gay couples should not be made to wait one day longer to wed.
In New York City, the pre-applications for a $35 license can be submitted online on the City Clerk’s web site only.
The hugely popular parade heads down Fifth Avenue from 36th Street, and ends in the West Village at Christopher and Greenwich. Seek out these restaurants for brief respites, post-parade toasts or a quick refueling during the festivities.