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Hate groups are on the rise for the second year in...

An annual census of hate groups in the United States conducted by the Southern Poverty Law Center shows an increase since 2015. Anti-Muslim hate...

Dozen’s of major corporations are increasing LGBT-inclusive marketing

Despite our changing times, America's leading companies and brands are remaining out and proud, with more companies including LGBT people and families in mainstream...

Justice Anthony Kennedy’s inconvenient retirement

In addition to Kavanaugh, here is a list of possible replacements Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement on June 27, 2018. It will...

Why are we still not educating our kids about HIV?

Growing up in the ’80s, I learned more about HIV and AIDS from pop culture than I did in the classroom — but have...

Garden State Equality forms Young Professional Board for millennial outreach

Garden State Equality is New Jersey’s largest advocacy group for the LGBT community. Founded in 2004 by activist Steven Goldstein, the organization has fought...

Big week in New York City for LGBT Pride

LGBT Pride, WorldPride NYC and Stonewall 50 events this week There are more than 4.5 million folks expected to attend NYC Pride this week. Here...

Community gathers to celebrate the life of Charlie Gurrera

Charlie GurreraWhen people think of Asbury Park, they think of the boardwalk, The Beach Bar, Paradise, Convention Hall, and the gorgeous beaches. On the other side of Asbury Park, Charlie Gurrera was turning Georgies into an Asbury Park tradition, the true "Cheers" of the neighborhood.

April showers bring May flowers at Camden County Animal Shelter

Pets The Camden County Animal Shelter (CCAS) is the leading animal welfare agency in the region. Their mission is to end companion animal homelessness...

New LGBT destination to open in Jersey City

There is very little that gets us more excited than hearing about a new LGBT place having a grand opening in New Jersey. And...

Surprising results and trends as couples plan their weddings

The recent Supreme Court decision striking down part of the Defense of Marriage Act and new access to marriage rights in 14 states already with 2 more on the way have led to an increasing number of LGBT couples planning weddings. What we learned is fascinating and would be of interest to anyone involved in the wedding industry," said Bernadette Coveney Smith, President of The Gay Wedding Institute.  "By and large, same-sex couples are quite non-traditional, especially the gay grooms," she said.

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