By Scott Kearnan | Nov 14
From media coverage of recent major coming-out stories to the success of pro-gay Top 40 music (see: Macklemore's "Same Love"), it has become clear that, at least in certain circles, reactions to "I'm gay!" are no longer (always) full of tears, bile, and/or venom.
By Eric Brus | Nov 14
By Rep. Marty Walsh, Candidate for Boston mayor | Oct 31
For more than a decade, I have fought for the rights of the LGBTQ community in the state legislature, and I was proud to have helped make Massachusetts the first state in the country to allow marriage equality. It remains my proudest vote as a legislator.
By Sue O'Connell and Jeff Coakley | Oct 31
Mayor, At Large, District 2, District 6 & District 7
By Sue O'Connell & Jeff Coakley | Oct 23
It's nice to live in Massachusetts, where we've enjoyed the right to legally wed for 10 years. It's also nice to be in Boston, where we've enjoyed the benefits of the political leadership of Mayor Tom Menino, easily the most pro-LGBT big city mayor in the country, for 20 years.
By | Oct 16
The History Project -- established in 1980 by a group of historians, activists and archivists -- is the only group focused exclusively on preserving the history of Bostonâ€™s LGBT community, and on making that history accessible to future generations.
By St. Sukie de la Croix, Windy City Times | Oct 2
On May 15, 1871, the German Criminal Code was revised to include Paragraph 175, a law making sexual acts between males illegal.
By Scott Kearnan | Oct 2
Local business redefining weight loss
By Sue O'Connell & Jeff Coakley | Sep 18
Endorsements for mayor and at-large councilors
By Sue O'Connell | Sep 11
"Tradition" is how accidental bigots discriminate