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Boston’s mayor says he will boycott the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade unless gay groups are allowed to participate.
A proposed Arizona law that would make it easier for business to deny service because of their religious beliefs against gays and lesbians has caused almost daily protests.
On March 4, Boston’s community will come together for the 19th annual Taste of the South End, raising funds for the AIDS Action Committee.
The speaker of the New York City Council says it won’t have an official presence at this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade because of rules that prevent gay and lesbian groups from identifying themselves while marching.
A referendum to overturn a California law that gives transgender students protections including the right to use the public school restrooms of their choice will not appear on the November ballot after its backers failed to gather enough voter signatures
On Sunday, Feb. 23 a crowd of diverse individuals including drag queens and bears will plunge into the icy cold waters of Boston Harbor to raise funds for the GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project.
In their ongoing effort to highlight the FDA’s anti-gay blood donation policy that bars men who have sex with men, regardless of their risk level, the group Banned4Life will hold a blood drive on February 23 at San Francisco’s Rainbow Grocery.
Recording artist Pepper MaShay of "Queer as Folk" dance music fame is staging her one-woman show, "Both Sides Now," in Los Angeles on February to benefit The Life Group LA.
AIDS Project RI, the state’s oldest AIDS service organization, is currently seeking volunteers for their 10th Annual Dining Out for Life fundraiser, on Thursday, April 24.
Gay couples in Colorado who are married in another state and in a civil union here could file joint state tax returns under a measure headed to the governor’s desk.