In “A Time Before Us,” the follow-up to “A Time Before Me” and “Falling Into Me,” author Michael Holloway Perronne explores how family is determined not by the blood that flows through us but by the love in our hearts in post-Katrina New Orleans.
In a revealing memoir, one man recounts his role in revolutionising AIDS care and pioneering one of the world’s first AIDS support organisations.
Members of Kansas' gay community aren't happy as lawmakers in Topeka have decided to leave on the books laws banning homosexuality. The laws banning gay sex have been ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court, but the law remains in place in Kansas.
As a part of journalist Dan Savage’s project, a host of celebrities and politicians have been delivering the message to LGBTQ teens that “it gets better.” Author Kelly Huegel is here to tell you that better starts now.
Robert W. Littlefield didn’t reveal he was gay until he was 46 years old. “I was very closeted. Many people suspected, but it was never discussed. I was unhappy, frustrated and kept everything bottled up,” says the author of a new book, And It was Full of Light! Finding the Courage to Overcome Homophobic Bullying and Hate.
As the military gay ban known as Don't Ask, Don't Tell nears its end, a new novel about life as a lesbian in the military is available on Amazon.com as both a print book and an electronic book on Kindle.
A vandal has poured urine on about 40 books about gay issues in Harvard's Lamont Library. The books can't be salvaged--and may not be replaced, because other libraries on university grounds have copies of the befouled volumes.
According to Norwegian HK-Nytt's source Borders Bookstores in USA replaces homosexual employees with heterosexual employees. Borders Bookstore employees are forced to lie to their customers as well.
Obama and the Gays: A Political Marriage is a new book by long-time Chicago-based journalist Tracy Baim. The book presents an in-depth look at Obama's trajectory on gay issues, and will be available on print-on-demand through Amazon.com and ebook readers.
An intimate glimpse into the lives of one of society’s most controversial sectors awaits readers as author Frank Holland spins Debut: Chicago 1952.