LGBT Memorial Makes Its Debut Along Hudson RiverGov. Andrew Cuomo and members of the LGBT community were on hand for the dedication of a new memorial honoring those lost in the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting.
Attorney Slams Justice Dept. Argument That Federal Civil Rights Law Does Not Protect GaysThe Justice Department is arguing that federal civil rights law does not protect gays, and one local attorney feels it is a political argument rather than a legal one.
Republican Group In New Jersey Protesting Party's Stance On LGBT CommunityRepublican leaders in New Jersey want the Republican National Committee to remove language from its national platform that they say discriminates against the LGBT community.
Parents Throw NJ Teen Rainbow-Themed Surprise Party After She Comes Out To ThemA New Jersey teen has gotten a surprising response after telling her parents she's gay: a rainbow-themed surprise coming out party.
Obama Designates Stonewall Inn As National Monument To Honor Gay RightsObama said the Stonewall National Monument will tell the story of the country's struggle for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
NYC Pride Week: Best LGBTQ Events, Things To DoJune 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.
Gay Councilman Slams De Blasio Administration For Not Doing Enough To Address LGBT Mental Health IssuesThe first openly gay official ever elected in the Bronx is blasting the de Blasio administration for not doing enough to fight mental illness in the LGBT community.
Orlando Nightclub Shooting Brings To Forefront Muslim Attitudes Toward HomosexualityThe mass shooting, perpetrated by an American Muslim in a communal space for gays, has brought to the forefront Muslim attitudes toward homosexuality and the plight of LGBT Muslims.
NYC Pride Week 2016: A Complete GuideYour complete guide to NYC Pride Week: events, parties, bars, costumes and more!
NYC Pride 2016: 5 Best Eats Around NYC's Pride ParadeThe 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.
NYC Pride Week 2016: Best Bars To CelebrateJune is Pride Month all across the country. Celebrate with one happy hour after another at bars across New York City.
Student Says She Was Kicked Out Of Prom For Wearing Suit Instead Of DressA Pennsylvania high school student had the experience of a lifetime at prom, but not in the way she and her family had expected.