It’s been more than 40 years since the first Gay Pride March was held in New York City, and even the most visionary organizers of that protest march — commemorating the first anniversary of the Stonewall raid — could not have ever imagined what that single event would become.
A new parent-teacher group is meeting for the first time tonight on Long Island. Its goal is to stop bullying of gay students.
Saying he believed the Defense of Marriage Act was “wrong” and “unfair,” the President added his voice to the debate still raging in Albany over a bill allowing same-sex marriage.
Pride is an annual gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender festival that celebrates every person just as they are. The annual Pride March is held on Sunday, June 24th, 2012. The after-parties that go on after the march are the most fun events in the city.
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.
In the wake of several high profile anti-gay attacks, Nathan Manske started a new online project called “I’m From Driftwood” to collect stories of acceptance from the LGBT community. CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu sat down with Manske to learn more.
The group marched 2.5 miles before stopping and praying in front of the abandoned building on Osborne Place — where three men were allegedly attacked for being gay in October.
Department of Justice and Pentagon officials are reviewing a federal judge’s order that the military immediately stop enforcing its ban on openly gay troops.
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