After two years of scaled-back events, Capital Pride will return in person this year.
The Mayor's Office of LGBTQ Affairs will host a virtual town hall to encourage more LGBTQ people to become vaccinated against COVID-19.
A Florida mayoral candidate is attacking his openly gay opponent, claiming he is trying to turn Boynton Beach into a "gay city."
Owners of queer Barracks Row venue As You Are Bar agreed a settlement with the local ANC to alleviate neighbors' concerns
The Capital Pride Alliance will host the inaugural Colorful Fest, presented by Xfinity and Nissan, on Sunday, October 17. Organizers are hoping the event, which...
The BHT Foundation (formerly, Brother, Help Thyself, Inc.), the organization that provides financial support to D.C. and Baltimore-area nonprofits, announced it was handing out more...
California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat and LGBTQ ally, has successfully beat back an attempt to recall him from office.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued a proclamation declaring September 1 as “The Ask Rayceen Show” Day, a day set aside to honor Rayceen Pendarvis,...
Alexander-Reid announced in June she would be stepping down as Director of the D.C. Mayor's Office of LGBTQ Affairs.
An Iowa man who allegedly left handwritten notes saying “burn that gay flag” on residents’ homes last Saturday has been arrested and charged with a...
The Capital Pride Alliance has released the names of awardees who will be honored at the 2021 Capital Pride Honors, set to take place on...
The Capital Pride Alliance is accepting nominations for people who have made contributions to the LGBTQ community at the Capital Pride Honors this June.
Puerto Rico Para Tod@s also criticized police for failing to identify victims as LGBTQ
Barbara Helmick hopes to use her position to highlight the importance of D.C. statehood
LGBTQ and HIV advocates say the president hasn't done enough to address the root causes of the HIV epidemic