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South Jersey mayor calls LGBTQ youth “confused”

Township residents ask Alloway Township Mayor McKelvey to resign Alloway Township Mayor Ed McKelvey is under fire for comments he made during a sermon at...

The rise of the ballroom scene through the ages

LGBT History series: What is Ballroom? The first time Jacen Bowman attended a house meeting, he had no idea what LGBTQ ballroom culture was. Read more...

LEAGUE Foundation awards 10 college scholarships for 2016

The LEAGUE Foundation awarded new college scholarships for 2016. Since 1996, the LEAGUE Foundation has awarded 133 college scholarships. It is the nation’s oldest LGBT scholarship program...

Appeals Court rules against LGBT workplace discrimination

A federal appeals court in New York ruled that it is illegal for employers to discriminate against their workers based on sexual orientation. The...

2017: The year of the Trans candidate

Transgender candidates across the nation won historic races in November — including Danica Roem, who will become the first openly trans person to win...

Pride at Work reacts to latest Supreme Court ruling

Pride at Work logoThe Supreme Court voted 4-4 this week to uphold a decades -old ruling that threatened the continued viability of unions for workers in public sector jobs. Pride at Work said this decision will protect the rights of working people and their families." This outcome is particularly important for LGBT working people, who are disproportionately affected by workplace discrimination."

Pennsylvania rules to recognize some common-law gay marriages

A Pennsylvania state appeals court has ruled that a same-sex couple had a legitimate common-law union years before same-sex marriages became legal. The ruling...

Diane Anderson-Minshall named CEO at Pride Media

Diane Anderson-Minshall, previously served as The Advocate’s Editorial Director  Pride Media, Inc., the named Diane Anderson-Minshall as its new chief executive officer, the first woman...

Transgender military ban signed by the President

The President signed a memorandum that would reverse an Obama-era decision to allow transgender individuals to openly serve in the United States military. Initially...

Hateful slurs should disqualify Lonegan for Congress

Anti-gay and conservative Republican candidate, Steve Lonegan, is running for Congress in Northern New Jersey. His opponents say he has plenty to apologize for....
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