By Deval Patrick | May 17
I had an uncle whose second or third wife nobody in my family liked. I don't really know why, and I didn't have an opinion of my own. Yet no one uttered a contrary word in their presence. We may have been poor folk on the South Side of Chicago, but we had a Victorian sense of decorum. It was generally understood both that my family disapproved and that my uncle and aunt's marriage was nobody's business but their own.
By Associate Justice David Mills, retired | Apr 3
By MCC Boston | Mar 21
On March 25, 1965, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addressed freedom marchers in Montgomery, AL, with these words: "How long? Not long, because no lie can live forever."
By Cliff Arnesen, Bisexual Vice-President & Treasurer, New England Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Veterans, Inc | Mar 21
I thank decorated Vietnam veteran, Pat Scanlon, for his "vision" of full equality for GLBT people, via "Veterans for Peace" who marched in the St. Patrick's Day Parade in South Boson on March 17, 2013; along with a host of other progressive social organizations--including a GLBT contingent.
Boston Pride applauds candidates and elected officials who refuse to march in South Bostonís traditi
By | Mar 13
Encourages supporters of LGBT community to support the Peace Parade
By | Feb 27
About one in five transgender women worldwide are living with HIV, according to a major new study by Johns Hopkins researcher Dr. Stefan Baral and his colleagues. The study also found that transgender women are in urgent need of HIV prevention, treatment, and care services.
By Harvey H. Makadon, MD, Director of the National LGBT Health Education Center at The Fenway Institute | Feb 13
Talking about his vision for the future, President Obama said at his inauguration, "Our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law."
Statement from Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta on the Extension of Benefits to Same-Sex Partner
By Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta | Feb 13
"Seventeen months ago, the United States military ended the policy of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." We have implemented the repeal of that policy and made clear that discrimination based on sexual orientation has no place in the Department of Defense.
By Pat Scanlon | Feb 6
Please join us. We are fighting to end one of the last vestiges of institutional exclusion, discrimination, bigotry and homophobia in the City of Boston.
By | Feb 6
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts marks National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day