European states are not bound by human rights laws to allow homosexual couples to marry, a judgement of the European Court of Human Rights said Thursday. The court, in rejecting the case of an Austrian […]
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Russian gay leader vows, “Whatever the courts decide, the right to protest is guaranteed under the Russian constitution and we intend to exercise our rights.” U.S. gay activist Andy Thayer says “this Saturday, this gay […]
Attorney General Bill McCollum finally admitted “There wasn’t a whole lot of choice” as the reason they picked Rekers to testify. Why “not a “whole lot of choice?” Because what sane person would do it? […]
Since the National Equality March in October 2009, the gay rights movement is at a crossroads: we have the people, the money, and the will, but there is a raging debate on how best to proceed.
Today Nik Maciejewski, project coordinator for Equality Across America talks about how to keep the equality movement diverse and at the same time unified.
The ’Ick’ Factor: How Gay Sex Plays in the Equality Debate by Joseph Erbentraut The perception among many activists that pro-LGBT political advances have arrived at far too slow a pace in recent years has […]
While the straight press focuses most of its attention on the death of arch-homophobe Polish President Lech Kaczynski (whom we in GLN picketed when Mayor Daley feted him in Chicago a few years back), people […]
After years of vilifying gays as disease-prone and child molesters, the website of the Naperville-based anti-gay organization Americans For Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH) recently became listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law […]