Representative Rush Holt votes for LGBT equality always

One of the most progressive representatives in Congress is New Jersey's own Rush Holt. Whenever issues affect the LGBT community in Washington he has...

New tools for gay teen survival

TrevorSpace The Trevor Project has launched four important new tools that LGBT teens and those who work with them need to be aware of...

Stonewall Democrats urge political involvement by LGBT community

The New Jersey Stonewall Democrats and the National Stonewall Democrats are working to elect pro-equality candidates this Nov. 2, when the entire U.S. House of...

Huge Booksale will benefit homeless LGBT community

"Buy a book, save a young life" fundraiser offers new books on sale for $10 per shopping bag.A huge sale of more than ten thousand...

4 unconventional Gay seaside getaways

Out of Town:

Beach vacations come in many forms, especially in the context of gay and lesbian travel. Years ago, LGBT travelers seeking summer fun at the shore tended to focus on several tried-and-true resort communities, primarily Provincetown, Ogunquit, Rehoboth, Fire Island, Laguna Beach, Key West, and Saugatuck. Although all of these towns are still justly popular, with their lively gay beach bars and inviting accommodations, America has no shortage of quirky, scenic seaside communities with progressive bents and welcoming vibes.

An LGBT fund for Haitian relief aid is available online

Several LGBT travel companies are banding together to raise money for disaster relief in the earthquake-ravaged country of Haiti. The owners of Atlantis, Olivia,...

Vintage Justin Timberlake and Nicole Scherzinger’s “Boomerang”

In the Cookie Jar:

2013 has already brought us a mini Destiny's Child reunion, although it wasn't as "Nuclear" as they had hoped, with a disappointing single. On the other hand, Justin Timberlake's return to music certainly returns him well to form. "Suit & Tie" is his first single in a number of years, and it's vintage Timberlake, yet with a new twist. He continues on his "Frank Sinatra hits the dance floor" trajectory, grabbing onto the trend that Bruno Mars & Ne-Yo have perfected, having a great voice with tracks able to carry a dance beat. The remixes for the track so far are pretty varied, though.