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Five LGBTQ stories you need to know
Bill would prevent defendants from using a victim's LGBTQ identity to justify crimes like murder and assault
The three-act play is crafted from hundreds of interviews with friends, family, and neighbors of Shepard
As Matthew Shepard was laid to rest in the National Cathedral, it reminds us of how important his story is to combat hate
DeGeneres said that Matthew Shepard's death after her coming out "devastated" her
Judy and Dennis Shepard to donate son's personal papers the day prior to his interment at the Washington National Cathedral
Shepard family's advocacy after Matthew's death credited with paving the way for future LGBTQ rights victories
The Capital Pride Parade brings marchers and spectators together for an afternoon of fun, friendship, and floats
Judy Shepard blasted Donald Trump's campaign, saying he "should never be our president"
–Jeran Artery, head of Wyoming Equality, speaking with the Associated Press after Laramie City Council approved a law designed to protect LGBT citizens from discrimination....
President Barack Obama marked the fifth anniversary of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crime Prevention Act in a statement released Thursday. “Since this...
It’s final days for the Ford’s Theatre exhibition Not Alone: The Power of Response. Subtitled Letters of Support to the Parents of Matthew Shepard Following His Murder,...
This weekend is your last chance to see two of the biggest — and best — gay-themed plays staged in D.C. in a long time....
In last week’s Metro Weekly cover story, Dan Savage, the Savage Love sex columnist and It Gets Better Project co-founder, discussed coming out. This founding...
Ford's Theatre has announced that due to the shutdown of the federal government, performances of The Laramie Project have been canceled ''as long as the...