Veteran and LGBT activist Sue Fulton to receive award

Motor Vehicle Administrator, Brenda ‘Sue’ Fulton, was one of the first women to graduate from West Point Brenda ‘Sue’ Fulton, a graduate of the United...

Troye Sivan’s queerness in full bloom

The out pop star on his uninhibited second album, finding power in femininity, and his journey to empowerment  Nobody is stopping Troye Sivan except for...

Trump-the-toad enables killing gays

Casting Aspersions For some time I have been referring to our president as “Trump-the-Toad,” and it has suddenly dawned on me why this term came...

Aetna fined for HIV privacy violations

LGBT healthcare news Aetna, Inc. has agreed to pay a fine of over $350,000 for violating the privacy of policy holders in the state of...

Menendez or Hugin: which is the better choice for LGBT NJ?

The deadline to register to vote in NJ is October 16 The much-anticipated mid-term elections are fast approaching and New Jersey has a Senate seat...

Archive documents late Mayor Moscone’s close LGBT ties

LGBT History month  In June 1977 an irate San Francisco resident mailed off a letter to then-mayor George Moscone. The focus of his ire was...

Bert & Ernie’s “coming out” party

Are Sesame Street's Bert & Ernie gay? When Sesame Street began shooting their test episodes in 1969, Bert & Ernie were among the first...

Lesbian rocker Alice Temple releases a new album

Alice Temple started out in the New Romantic pop movement Long before the world was introduced to Boy George and his gender-bending persona in Culture Club,...

Newark Academy Arts Department presents The Laramie Project

Cast of the Laramie Project show to welcome Cathy Renna Newark Academy’s Arts Department presents The Laramie Project as this year’s fall drama on November...

9th Annual GSE Equality Walk is this weekend

Garden State Equality to host Annual Equality Walk in three locations Garden State Equality is holding its 9th Annual Equality Walk on October 13-14, 2018....