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New cases of HIV and deaths related to the disease are falling dramatically in the District, but with 2.5% prevalence, the area remains what the...
Pride is turning the big 4-0 — and we’re here to help prime your celebration! We kick off our print parade by chatting with the...
Anti-gay American Family Association wants a DC radio station
Courtney Snowden and Sheila Alexander-Reid said goodbye to the private sector and hello to serving the public good.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival has grown in recent years
The District hasn’t always been kind to aspiring musicians. It was once accepted practice to escape D.C. as soon as talent — and opportunity —...
DC's gay superhero will use Grindr, kick ass
Her sexuality has been hinted at for years
“States in this category have marriage equality, robust LGBT non-discrimination laws, the most protections for transgender people. Many are working on innovative laws and policies...
Dates You'll Want to Circle on This Year's Calendar of LGBT Events around D.C.
D.C.'s Main Streets program has proven an effective ally for helping entrepreneurs set up shop
Former mayor was one of the first D.C. politicians to embrace LGBT rights
SMYAL's newest executive director hopes to build and expand upon its mission to build youth leaders
The presumptive mayor-to-be talks about her vision for the District
Candidates for City Council, Attorney General, and the State Board of Education explain why they deserve LGBT support