The “Parenting Options for European Gay Men” conference, hosted by the NY based organisation “Men Having Babies”, attracted more than 200 prospective gay fathers from 10 countries, and also garnered intense media attention.
Today, the Illinois State Senate voted 34 -19 to pass House Bill 217, the Illinois Youth Mental Health Protection Act that will protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth from the dangerous and discredited practices of conversion therapy. The bill was overwhelmingly approved 68-43 by the State House in May and is heading to the desk of Republican Governor Bruce Rauner.
A gay couple were thrown out of a nightclub after kissing in public – and police are investigating their complaints of “homophobia”.
Today, Republican North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory vetoed SB 2 – an unnecessary bill that would have sent the wrong message about the state by allowing “magistrates, assistant registers of deeds, and deputy registers of deeds to recuse themselves from performing duties related to marriage ceremonies due to sincerely held religious objections.”
Five of the North East’s leading housing providers are proving there’s no place like home by sponsoring one of the region’s largest events.
New Coca Cola ad features a gay couple and their baby in the Netherlands.
Pride Music Festival has unveiled the full artist lineup for its five electronic and live stages settled amid the palms of San Diego’s Balboa Park this July 18-19.
In a debate with the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) on Tuesday, Justice commissioner Vera Jourová Jourová confirmed her commitment to create a roadmap or action plan on LGBTI rights.
The Wild Honey Pie has premiered Zach Vinson’s new track “You Can Have Me,” calling it a “somber anthem … that beautifully captures the sense of uncertainty that comes from trying to discover who you are … [and] evokes the cinematic tones that populated the musical landscape in the early 2000s.”
Eighty years ago this month, one of the world’s greatest pioneering sexologists and gay rights advocates died in exile with little acclaim or mourning.