A proposed California ballot initiative that calls for the execution of gay Californians is being met with outrage, disgust and a healthy sense of humor.
President Barack Obama is calling for an end to psychiatric therapy treatments aimed at changing the sexual orientation or gender identity of gay, lesbian and transgender youth.
Alaska Airlines has added an LGBT Travel section to its website, offering discounts to pride celebrations, gay wine tastings, and LGBT events across the country. The airline they are “longtime supporters of the LGBT community” and same-sex marriage.
A paper company is using a new product on its shelves as a creative comeback to opponents of same-sex marriage in Ireland.
CA Gay Woman Who Donated $20 To Fundraiser For Indiana Pizzeria That Won’t Cater Same-Sex Marriages Urges ‘Tolerance’
A Southern California gay woman taught a lesson in tolerance to progressives and conservatives alike when she donated $20 to the GoFundMe page for the Indiana Pizzeria that won’t cater same-sex marriages.
Less than two weeks after the CEO of Salesforce implored business leaders to pull out of Indiana in protest of a new religious freedom law, the company is thanking state lawmakers for changing the legislation.
The mayors of San Francisco and Oakland ended restrictions on city-funded travel to Indiana Tuesday in response to an amendment passed last week to the state’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Thomas Hauschild claims he was wrongfully fired after he complained that Richmond Police Chief Magnus touched him inappropriately “in an obvious sexual manner.”
Dozens of the marchers carried rainbow flags, American flags and Indiana state flags as well as signs reading “No hate in our state,” “Equal rights for all” and other messages.
Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates joined the mayors of Oakland and San Francisco in asking city officials and Bay Area residents to join the boycott against the state of Indiana in response to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
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.