Pride Celebrations Culminate In Massive World Pride March Through ManhattanMore than one million people are expected to be there to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots and the birth of the gay rights movement.
50 Years Later: How NYC’s Stonewall Riots Sparked The Modern Gay Rights MovementThe uprising against police was a major catalyst in the modern gay rights movement. Now, people from around the world are descending on the city to celebrate.
'Wrong, Plain And Simple': NYPD Commissioner Apologizes For Raid That Led To Stonewall RiotsIt's the first time an NYPD commissioner has apologized for the department's actions leading up to the riots.
Historic Stonewall Inn Dedicated As National MonumentLocal and federal officials joined members of the LGBT community at a dedication ceremony officially designating the historic Stonewall Inn as a national monument to gay rights.
A Look At The History Of Gay Rights In New York StateThe fight to legalize same-sex marriage in New York state didn't happen overnight. Gay rights advocates have been fighting for decades to make it happen.
NYC Woman Who Thwarted Subway Flasher Honored As HeroA woman who refused to be a victim was honored Wednesday night. She stood up against a subway flasher, and made sure he was brought to justice.
Best Gay and Lesbian BarsNew York has a very vibrant gay and lesbian scene, from the West Village — the birthplace of the modern LGBT movement– to Park Slope–once affectionately dubbed “dyke slope” because of its big lesbian population. Whether you’re in the mood for a casual neighborhood hangout, a more trendy scene or an iconic landmark, we’ve got you covered.