Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff says he doesn’t want his employees subjected to discrimination as part of their work for the San Francisco-Based company, and he is cancelling all required travel to the state of Indiana following the signing of a religious freedom law that some say allows business to exclude gay customers.
U.S. military leaders have expressed reservations about any move to lift the Pentagon’s ban on transgender people serving in the armed forces, an issue since Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s suggestion that he is open to the idea, officials say.
The show – which is based on gay friends living in San Francisco – was well-loved by critics, but ultimately, it’s viewership wavered too much to sustain itself. However, there’s a twist.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is reportedly moving to prevent a ballot proposal criminalizing sodomy and allowing the death penalty for anyone who “touches another person of the same gender for purposes of sexual gratification” from ever appearing on the California ballot, according to Patrick McGreevy of the Los Angeles Times.
Author JK Rowling has little patience for homophobia – real or implied. When she schooled one fan, hundreds of Twitter followers said her reply was ‘perfect.’
NASA is set to carry out its longest mission ever in an effort to study the effects of space travel on the human body.
Students at Chino High School returned to school this week to find that their chemistry teacher looked very different and had a new name: Amanda Swager.
A ballot proposal criminalizing sodomy and allowing the death penalty for anyone who “touches another person of the same gender for purposes of sexual gratification” is moving forward because constitutionally, there is really no way to stop it, despite the neo-Nazi nature of the proposed law.
The San Francisco metropolitan area has the highest percentage of adults who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) in the U.S., according to a new Gallup poll survey.
The status of the event during Pride weekend was in question after the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence said they were stepping away.
Scenes we saw along Market Street at the 44th Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco
Here’s a look at some stars who are living openly gay lives, and realizing that it is “in to be out.”
Each year, San Francisco Pride draws hundreds of thousands of people to Downtown San Francisco to celebrate gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender pride. Here are a few pictures from the festivities over the years.