Friendfactor, a site for straight allies of the LGBT community, announced that its Workplace Ally Challenge is now accepting additional applications.
On December 6, a gay teacher was fired from the Holy Ghost Preparatory School in Bensalem, PA after applying for a same-sex marriage license in nearby New Jersey.
Republican Representative of Virginia Randy Forbes is campaigning against gay politicians by requesting that the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) not endorse any gay candidates, simply because of their orientation.
Three years after its 2010 founding, courtesy of Dan Savage and Terry Miller, the It Gets Better Project (IGB) launched a new video campaign in response to Russia’s discriminatory anti-gay laws.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV’s Al Hunt, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said the state’s LGBT employee protections combined with the ban on same-sex marriage helps to create “a healthy balance.”
Citing a recent judgment delivered by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the Refugee Appeals Board in Malta has granted asylum to an 18-year-old Nigerian man, who had faced anti-gay persecution in his home country.
In order to evade providing benefits to LGBT National Guard members, Oklahoma Governor Marry Fallin has decided the state will no longer process military spousal benefit applications at all—gay or otherwise.
In efforts to keep gay couples from exercising their basic rights, the Oregon Family Council—a right-wing religious group—has filed for a ballot initiative that would give businesses the right to discriminate against gays for religious reasons.
The National Association of Realtors (NAR), voted on Monday, November 11, to add protections for transgender individuals to its fair housing protections.