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Love is truly patient for Jeff and Dimitrius Mitchell. The Hamtramck couple created the perfect moment to say 'I do' simply by taking their time, while facing obstacles on the path to getting married. READ MORE.
The Log Cabin Republicans have refused to endorse Donald J. Trump for President. On the one hand, Good for them. I mean, LCR isn't a group with especially high standards (they endorsed Romney, after all), so their refusal to endorse Trump is really saying something. READ MORE.
It's reassuring to find proven once more -- hundreds of miles from home, and in a small hamlet like Gatorade -- that the profession of choice among good looking gay men is waiter. READ MORE.
A transgender woman, distraught with her life, walked out onto a U.S. Highway to take her life. She was struck by a truck and killed. She left behind a suicide note. You may have immediately thought of Leelah Alcorn, who did this very same thing at the end of 2014... READ MORE.
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - Gay rights activists are joining with refugees, ethnic minorities and other groups to beat back forces that are exploiting a climate of fear created by terror concerns, an official with an international gay rights advocacy group said Oct. 20. READ MORE.
Chelsea Clinton took a break from addressing female and Millennial voters Oct. 14 in Pittsburgh for a phone call with Philadelphia Gay News. READ MORE.
- Hillary Clinton's Commitment to LGBT Equality Stronger Than Ever
- 'Campfire' Opens at The Ringwald Theatre
- McCrory, Cooper Blast Each other on LGBT Law in Debate
- Unleashing Garrett Clayton: Actor on Studying Porn, Keeping His Sexuality Private & How His Latest Movie's Greatest Critic Brent Corrigan 'Let the Movie Get Made'
- Idina Menzel on Working Toward LGBT Icon Status, a Lesbian Elsa & Angry Gays Who Oppose Her 'Beaches' Remake
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As an openly gay man, Fred Hoffman said, "I really didn't know if there would be an issue." And while he wasn't waving rainbow flags when he was recruited by Chrysler in 1988, he was told being gay wasn't a problem.View More Automotive
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