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Frank Kameny Inducted Into Labor Department's Hall of Honor

By John Riley | Jun 28
Frank Kameny, the longtime LGBT rights activist credited with spearheading the fight that eventually allowed LGBT people to work for the federal government, was inducted into the Labor Department's Hall of Honor on June 23.

Youthful Gay Leader Sets Sights on Maine House of Reps

By John Riley | Jul 4
Ryan Fecteau, the Catholic University of America (CUA) student who spearheaded the effort to have CUA recognize an LGBT student group as an official campus organization, announced his candidacy for state representative of Maine.

Cornerstone is "On Point" for LGBT Texas Youth

By Angela Kolter | Mar 13
In an effort to educate the next generation of LGBT leaders, The Point Foundation’s Cornerstone Event brought donors, students and mentors together.

HBGC Cultivates the Next Generation of LGBT Leaders

By Dan Meyer | Feb 9
In an effort to cultivate young leaders of the LGBT community, the Hispanic and Black Gay Coalition is launching a New Leaders Institute.

Gay Rights Pioneer Frank Kameny Dies at 86

By Jessica Gresko | Oct 12
Frank Kameny, who became a pioneer in the gay rights movement after he was fired from his job as a government astronomer in 1957 for being gay, has died at his home in Washington. He was 86.

Toronto’s Tasty, Gay Temptations :: Halloweek 2010

Toronto’s Tasty, Gay Temptations :: Halloweek 2010

Nov 16
Toronto is a city of colorful characters, one that celebrates a gay magistrate accused of too closely examining the nether regions of three youthful male suspects, a founding father whose property now comprises the Gay Village. How gay is that?

New England’s Clark and Mark: Celebrating Two Decades of Culinary (and Personal) Glory

By Curtis M. Wong | Nov 1
For a time, it looked as though Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier would go down rather dubiously as the Susan Luccis of the New England culinary scene, despite having been praised by the legendary Julia Child, The New York Times, and Bon App├ętit.

Former BP Chief: The Closet’s Pretty Lonely

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 16
Gay executives and other public figures are still in hiding. What’s the true cost of the closet, when talented leaders are afraid to be honest--and outed leaders feel compelled to step down?

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