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Bonauto to Argue Marriage Equality Cases Before High Court

DETROIT – Lawyers for Michigan nurses April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse, who seek to marry in their home state of Michigan, today announced Mary L. Bonauto will represent the team making the case’s oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on April 28. She will stand on behalf of Michigan’s DeBoer v. Snyder and the Kentucky […]

Anti-LGBT Bills Introduced in 28 States: A Country Divided

The wave of anti-LGBT bills filed across the country continues to swell. As of today, lawmakers have introduced more than 85 anti-LGBT bills in 28 state legislatures. Some state legislative sessions have already drawn to a close, but other state legislatures will be in session for several more weeks or even months. So far this […]

climACTS! WET: LGBT Arts & Activism; Transparent Actress Honored

BOSTON—The Theater Offensive‘s unique performance party fundraiser climACTS! WET was held to celebrate and support The Theater Offensive’s arts programs by, for and about the LGBT community. climACTS! WET featured unique performances, and a legendary Fantasy Auction with David Brown. The event also featured performances by AcroArts, a local acrobatic performance group, and an ensemble of local, sexy performance […]

Puerto Rico Will Not Defend Same-Sex Marriage Ban

By: The Seattle Lesbian— Friday, Puerto Rico’s Secretary of Justice César Miranda announced that he will submit a brief saying he would no longer oppose the right of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Puerto Ricans to marry in support Lambda Legal’s lawsuit seeking to end the discriminatory ban on marriage for LGBT people on the island, […]

St. Patrick’s Parade: Paying Homage to VFP, Gay Inclusion

By: Christine Nicco*/TRT Reporter— OUTVETS and Boston Pride’s participation in the less exclusive South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade, organized by the Allied War Veterans Council, AWVC, is a move towards inclusivity, as reported by most media in and around Boston, Mass. However, little fanfare has been attributed to the organization serving as the probable […]

Kelly Clarkson: Our Lives Would Suck Without Her

The singer talks new equality-inspired anthem, gay bars and her ‘Kezbo’ following By: Chris Azzopardi*/Special to TRT— Before catapulting to pop stardom, Kelly Clarkson was one of us. In many ways, she still is. The original American Idol, who memorably erupted into waterworks when she won the first season of the reality show in 2002, […]