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Third Wave Fund Announces Grants to Youth-led Gender Justice Groups

Inaugural grants of its Grow Power Fund were announced during foundation’s 20th anniversary celebration and will support emerging feminist, trans, and queer groups Brooklyn, NY...

Medicaid Expansion in Kentucky Provided Most Benefit to Those in Poorer...

The implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Kentucky proved most beneficial for Kentuckians living in areas with high concentrations of poverty, particularly...

Married LGBT Older Adults Are Healthier, Happier Than Singles, Study Finds

Same-sex marriage has been the law of the land for nearly two years — and in some states for even longer — but researchers...

Debra Messing To Receive GLAAD Media Award In NYC May 6

Longtime LGBTQ ally Debra Messing will be honored at the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards in New York City on...

NYC Gay Club Faces ‘Black Limit’ Controversy

A new gay club in Manhattan's Chelsea section is facing backlash amid reports its staff are refusing entry to patrons of color, according to...

Singer Aaron Paul To Headline Pulse Charity Event at Stonewall Inn

Aaron Paul, the out singing sensation formerly known as the lead vocalist of the global chart-toping boy band Worlds Apart, is headlining a major...

“Bring the Beat Back” lands in NYC

Sci-Fi Musical prepares to enlighten and entertain Bring the Beat Back is a queer, black, sci-fi music-theater experience, set in a funky futuristic, groove-centered alternative reality....

American Association of University Women Marks Equal Pay Day with Action

WASHINGTON — April 4 is the symbolic day when women “celebrate” Equal Pay Day, when women’s salaries finally catch up to men’s from the...

Federal Reserve Gets First Out, Black Chief

History was made in Atlanta , as its Federal Reserve Bank named Raphael Bostic, a University of Southern California economics professor, as its first...

Utah Legislature Passes Historic Bill Repealing Anti-LGBT State Public Education Law

Salt Lake City – Today, the Utah Legislature passed a bill repealing a state law prohibiting supportive discussions of “homosexuality” in public and charter...