Gay Rwandan refugee to speak in Clinton at December GLBT meeting

Daniel Trust will be a guest speaker on December 3 in ClintonDaniel Trust is a Rwandan Genocide survivor and a youth motivational speaker. He will be a guest speaker on December 3 at the GLBT of Hunterdon meeting in Clinton.

Out In Jersey has a new readers survey for 2015

Out In Jersey requests your input for our expanded coverage of the New Jersey LGBT community in 2015. This short survey takes less than 5 minutes...

Patti Labelle, Nelly Furtado, and Tegan & Sara at NYC Pride

From legendary soul singers to indie pop bands, NYC Pride announced a new 3-day cultural experience featuring Patti LaBelle, Tegan and Sara, and Years...

Transgender boy barred from Boy Scouts

An eight-year-old North Jersey boy was banned from his local Cub Scout pack because he had been born female. Joe Maldonado joined the Secaucus...

The Brick City’s Queer Oral History Project shines light on black...

How do you preserve histories that have not been documented or archived? The Queer Newark Oral History Project uses oral history, a process of...

ACLU demands documents from Trump Administration on plans to permit LGBT...

The American Civil Liberties Union demanded documents from four federal agencies concerning a potential executive order that would sanction religiously motivated discrimination against LGBT people,...

Rally to support Transgender youth in Trenton on Monday

Garden State Equality will hold a rally on Monday, March 13, calling on Governor Christie and his administration to step up and protect the state's transgender youth....

Gender and Sexuality lecture series at South Jersey College

The Center at Camden County College is hosting a lecture series on gender and sexuality. The series offers six mini-lectures from artists, therapists, scholars,...

Polish up your bowling shoes – Asbury Lanes is back

Asbury Lanes reopens with a little help from some big names Asbury Lanes had a complete transformation with a a grand opening fitting of the...

Spring into pet ownership

Out Pets Did you know that having pets is actually good for your health? People with pets are generally happier, more trusting, and less lonely...