By Sue O'Connell | Feb 27
One can only imagine how difficult it must have been for Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer this week.
By Sue O'Connell | Feb 12
Every so often one of those quotes you see on bumper-stickers makes perfect sense. "Lead, follow, or get out of the way" is now having its moment.
By by Sue O'Connell | Feb 5
Did anyone ask Philip Seymour Hoffman "Are you using again?"
By Sue O'Connell | Jan 7
Yesterday, the Salt Lake City Tribune endorsed marriage equality. Last June, the US Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), the law blocking the federal recognition of same sex marriage.
By Craig Coogan | Jan 1
In 2013, the Boston Gay Men's Chorus connected much more deeply with the region's arts community.
By Rebecca Haag | Jan 1
"It's possible for us to end the AIDS epidemic in Massachusetts."
By Lee Swislow | Jan 1
Despite a banner 2013, GLAD views the equality glass as half-empty, and we intend to keep at it until it is full. We'll be working on transgender rights, HIV and youth issues, as well as continuing work on family relations...
By HBGC | Jan 1
Over the course of 2013, HBGC worked with a consultant from Third Sector New England to develop a strategic direction for the next three to five years.
By | Jan 1
A number of things will help us turn opportunity into reality in terms of health care for LGBT people in 2014. The first of these is the Affordable Care Act which will impact LGBT people in five ways...
By MassEquality | Jan 1
MassEquality's campaign to ensure that every LGBTQ person in Massachusetts is equal, safe and free, from cradle to grave, continues in 2014...