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James Hormel, who became the first openly gay U.S. ambassador in 1999, passed away at age 88 in San Francisco.
Epstein called criminalizing sex with underage girls an "aberration" and compared it with the fight for gay rights
HRC uses dinner to cement itself as the LGBTQ leader of the resistance to Trump administration policies
Dear President Trump, I’m a Trans woman from New York City who has lived in D.C. the past 19 years. I never felt you were...
Apologizing for discriminating against LGBT people is something few governments are willing to do
Trump's Fabulous and Classy Roadshow is bringing lingering racism to the surface
Our political system is dysfunctional, uninspiring, and deadlocked. That's why you need to vote.
A small glimmer of optimism still lives within my cynically encrusted soul. I’d hoped that after taking a week-long break from political news, I’d find...
Chelsea told Ellen DeGeneres that her own marriage cemented her support for marriage equality
Hillary Clinton makes it official in a cleverly concieved video.
Hillary Clinton garners first 2016 endorsement by an LGBT group
The former president avoids the past in LGBT-rights speech
Former President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address at the Human Rights Campaign’s national dinner next month. “President Bill Clinton is a transformational leader...
“The reason why he has that record now is because, publicly and privately, we really held his feet to the fire.” —Richard Socarides, senior advisor...
Hillary Clinton defends marriage equality evolution in testy interview with NPR