Gay Vice-Principal Mark Zmuda, who was forced out of his job at Eastside Catholic High School, says he plans to file a lawsuit against the school and the Seattle Archdiocese on Friday.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson explained his gay discrimination lawsuit against a Richland florist during his visit Wednesday to the Tri-Cities.
A federal appeals court has tentatively scheduled May arguments on Virginia’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriages.
A video by multimedia artist Grant Rehnberg has been making the rounds Monday. In the YouTube video, Rehnberg explains that his grandfather, James Burton Rehnberg, came out to him as gay at 90 years old, just five months before he died.
A 37-year-old Seattle gay man says a group of people verbally and physically assaulted him early Monday morning because he is gay. The victim suffered a broken nose and cuts to his face.
Sweet Cakes by Melissa, the Gresham, Oregon-based bakery that turned away a lesbian couple’s business on religious grounds earlier this year, is now closed.
Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus’ "Mama Mia," the smash hit musical based on the songs of ABBA, returns to Seattle in March, 2015. Performances begin on March 24 and run through March 29 at The Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine Street.
Former offensive lineman for the New York Giants and Washington Redskins, Roy Simmons, who made NFL history in 1992 for coming out as gay and later in 1997 for coming out as HIV positive, died Thursday in his New York Home. He was 57.
The past decade has seen both a growth in the number of LGBT-themed shows on network and cable, as well as a more nuanced view of them.
Entertainer, emcee, comedian and producer Scott Nevins leads his life by words of wisdom from his 86-year-old Aunt Grace: "Why worry what other people think, do they pay your rent?"
Many don’t know that four-time Broadway legend and leading lady Mary Martin would have celebrated her 100th birthday on December 1, but staunch aficionados like the folks at Urban Stages remember her fondly on the first night of "Winter Rhythms...
Lippa and Crawley’s "A Little Princess," which debuted at Theatre Works of Palo Alto in the summer of 2004, still has a way to go in its development before a Tony Award judge would crown it.
Healthline’s website allows PLWHAs to record their own video about life with HIV, and share it with those unsecure about their future.
Few cities can boast the refreshing comfort of sunny California like Palm Springs. With built-in romance thanks to its swaying palm trees, blue skies …
People have been living with HIV since the mid-1980s, and now many have found themselves facing the unknown challenges of aging while HIV-positive.