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Asbury Park suffers great loss

Charlie at Georgies last weekLong-time manager of Asbury Park's own "Cheers," Charlie Gurrera, passed away this week. This is not just a loss for his family and friends, but for the community of Asbury Park N.J.

Andy Garcia appointed director of the Creating Change Conference

The Creating Change Conference is in new management hands. The National LGBTQ Task Force appointed Andy Garcia the next director of the conference. Garcia...

LEAGUE LGBT college scholarship applications now available

The LEAGUE Foundation LGBT Scholarship Program is open for high school senior student applicants online. The application deadline for scholarships is midnight April 30, 2017 and...

8 New Jersey cities score well in LGBT equality

A new report on LGBT equality in America's cities was just released and New Jersey did well. But Jersey City was the only perfect score in the state at 100 points. Asbury Park scored 59 points, Lambertville scored 76 points, New Brunswick scored 77 points, Newark scored 76 points, Ocean Grove scored 77 points, Paterson scored 60 points, and Trenton scored 57 points. The average score for cities in New Jersey is 70 out of 100 points, which falls well above the national average.

LGBT citizens are not being treated fairly by Trump administration

The U.S. Department of Justice has finally responded to a Freedom of Information Act request to release information. The request asks how LGBT people...

Gilbert Baker’s legacy: The rainbow flag

The rainbow might come and go, as mentioned in a recent book by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt, but the rainbow flag is here...

Masterpiece Cakeshop Case may set LGBT civil rights backward

The National LGBTQ Task Force was out at full strength on the steps of the Supreme Court today to rally for the court to...

GSE lauds three bills passed and awaiting the governor’s signature

New Jersey State Senators Joseph Vitale and Teresa Ruiz got legislation passed last week that prohibits health insurers in New Jersey from discriminating against...

Texas State Senate votes to disqualify LGBT adoption and fostering

The Texas Senate voted to pass House Bill 3859, which would allow LGBT families to be disqualified from the state's foster care and adoption...

Chuck Renslow, founder of “International Mr. Leather,” dies

Chuck Renslow, 87, a longtime pillar of the LGBT community in Chicago and around the world, has died after multiple long-term health issues. Renslow reigned over a seven-decade...