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33rd AIDS Walk & Run Boston to Take Place Sunday, June 3

33rd AIDS Walk & Run Boston to Take Place Sunday, June 3

May 15
Registration is now open for the 33rd annual AIDS Walk & Run Boston, which will take place Sunday, June 3, 2018. The event regularly draws thousands of participants, making it the region's largest HIV/AIDS public awareness event.

AARP Releases LGBTQ Senior Study

AARP Releases LGBTQ Senior Study

Mar 27
A new AARP survey, "Maintaining Dignity: Understanding and Responding to the Challenges Facing Older LGBT Americans," elevates alarming statistics about the LGBT aging experience.

Gay Candidate Barred from Running for Sheriff by Alabama GOP

Gay Candidate Barred from Running for Sheriff by Alabama GOP

Jan 25
A gay businessman and one-time police officer who is married to another man says GOP leaders in a north Alabama county refused to let him run for sheriff after a review that included questions about his sexual orientation.

Wiener Reflects on 1st Year in Senate

By Matthew S. Bajko | Dec 30
Having built a reputation as a policy wonk during his time on San Francisco's Board of Supervisors, gay state Senator Scott Wiener entered his first year in the Legislature determined to pass significant bills. Now he looks back.

'Vogue for Tots' Event Hits the Runway in Chicago on December 14

Nov 29
Bringing together iconic members of the ballroom, drag and queer community, "Vogue For Tots" continues the gift of giving with a toy drive benefiting Chance The Rapper's SocialWorks Chicago via the WGN Toy Drive

Erasing Hate: Pride Center Panel Discusses Fighting Crime

By John McDonald | Nov 19
Representatives from local and federal law enforcement agencies came together to participate in a hate crimes panel presented by the Matthew Shepard Foundation.

Actor Terry Crews Seeks Charges After Alleged Groping

Nov 9
Actor Terry Crews has filed a police report after saying he was sexually assaulted by a high-level Hollywood executive.

Gay Marriage Advocates Want Mississippi Law Struck Down

By Emily Wagster Pettus | Oct 2
Advocates of same-sex marriage said Monday that they will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a Mississippi law that lets government workers and business people cite their own religious objections to refuse services to gay couples.

Point Foundation to Honor Wanda Sykes, Wilson Cruz, and Jill Soloway

Sep 29
Comedian, actress, and writer Wanda Sykes will receive the Point Legend Award at the annual Point Honors Los Angeles gala, October 7th at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Also honored: "Transparent" creator Jill Soloway and "Star Trek" star Wilson Cruz.

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.

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