A five-year-old girl from Kansas sold pink lemonade in support of love and peace, setting up a stand outside of the Westboro Baptist Church with a sign that read "Pink Lemonade for Peace." The church has since responded with a sign of their own.
A young girl from Kansas sold pink lemonade in support of equality. Jayden Sink, 5-years-old, made a bright and cheerful lemonade sign with a large rainbow and a peace sign, which read, "Pink Lemonade for Peace."
R&B artist Chris Brown stunned fans with his UNITY campaign for gays and minorities, set to launch Monday.
Arguably the biggest name in sports (and probably the world) for apparel, Nike released the 2nd line of their #BETRUE collection in celebration of the LGBT community on June 6.
In D.C. a statement was delivered revealing positive news for LGBT partners in the military. The Pentagon announced through an internal posting that same-sex partners should be able to obtain military benefits and identification cards by September 1.
In D.C., legislators are in preparation to pass a bill which would help transgender people. The new law would make it substantially easier to obtain a new birth certificate; one which reflects a change in gender identity.
“Devotion,” a new video released by Freedom to Marry, delves into five decades of Bill Campbell and Jon Hilton’s relationship together.
429Magazine sat down recently with Walters and asked what he thinks of the rate of progress for LGBT equality in America—and how he sees the future of the battle for civil rights and equality.
A landmark report profiling the workplace environment for LGBT workers has outlined specific factors which cause discrimination. Launched on Tuesday by the Center for American Progress in Washington DC, the “Broken Bargain” report finds ten key employment barriers.