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US Senate Contender has History of Provocative Comments

US Senate Contender has History of Provocative Comments

By Kim Chandler | Sep 22
Roy Moore, a firebrand jurist who is close to snagging the state's Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Alabama, once called homosexuality an "inherent evil" and referred to ethnic groups as "reds" and "yellows" in a speech.

OUT MetroWest to Honor Asa Sevelius on September 23rd

OUT MetroWest to Honor Asa Sevelius on September 23rd

Sep 19
OUT MetroWest will honor Asa Sevelius, principal of the Heath School in Brookline, during this year's Come Out & Celebrate event on Saturday, September 23.

AP Explains: How the Texas 'Bathroom Bill' Keeps Faltering

AP Explains: How the Texas 'Bathroom Bill' Keeps Faltering

By Paul J. Weber | Aug 16
A Texas version of a North Carolina-style "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people again sputtered out.

NYC Prepared for President's Return to Trump Tower

NYC Prepared for President's Return to Trump Tower

By Colleen Long and Tom Hays | Aug 12
President Donald Trump is expected to come home to Trump Tower for a few days starting Sunday, the first time since his inauguration, and New York City police are planning a slight security clampdown in the area around the skyscraper

HRC Commits $26 Million to Grassroots Project

HRC Commits $26 Million to Grassroots Project

By Maria Dominguez | Jul 29
HRC data revealed that 57 percent of voters on Election Day cited HB2 as the reason they voted against Gov. Pat McCrory. Now, Gov. Roy Cooper's victory set a standard for LGBTQ activism.

Fire Island Dance Festival Benefits BC/EFA

Fire Island Dance Festival Benefits BC/EFA

Jul 11
Escape New York City for a summer day and immerse yourself in unparalleled culture, breathtaking views and world-class dance on an all-inclusive daytrip to Fire Island Dance Festival on Sunday, July 16, 2017.

Christie Ends Shutdown But Beach Pictures Left An Imprint

Christie Ends Shutdown But Beach Pictures Left An Imprint

By Michael Catalini | Jul 4
Gov. Chris Christie, by his own admission, entered lame-duck territory on Tuesday, signing his final budget after a bruising three-day state government shutdown that included a viral photo of him lounging on a state beach that was closed to the public

Trump Won't Say If Comey Conversations Were Taped

Trump Won't Say If Comey Conversations Were Taped

Jun 9
President Donald Trump refused Friday to say whether his private conversations with fired FBI Director James Comey were taped - a matter at the heart of conflicting accounts of what passed between them

NYC LGBT Center Celebrates 34 Years of Garden Party

NYC LGBT Center Celebrates 34 Years of Garden Party

By Winnie McCroy | Jun 8
The NYC LGBT Center has held their annual Garden Party since way back in 1984, and although it has changed over the years, their goal is the same: to raise funds for the city's gay community.

GMCLA Voice Awards :: Community Pride Out Loud

By Chris Carpenter | May 17
Featuring a silent auction along with incredible musical performances, the event benefits the chorus's youth outreach initiatives including the Alive Music Project and their annual It Gets Better Tour.

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