NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Houston Texans owner Bob McNair made a $10,000 donation this week to a local group that is advocating against LGBTQ rights.
(CNN) -- Despite objections from popular Republican Sens. Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz, it seem the much-criticized budget deal will get final congressional approval this week, sidestepping the cooked-up dramas that have come to define the 113th Congress.
Tributes continue to pour in for departed Israel President & Prime Minister Shimon Peres, who passed on Wednesday. He was 93.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Jeb Bush signaled an increasing openness to same-sex marriage calling for "respect for the good people" on all sides of the issue in a statement he released on Monday.
In a recent in-depth interview with Vogue, Jennifer Lawrence revealed Kim Davis, the embattled Kentucky county clerk who caused a media firestorm this summer after refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, makes her feel "embarrassed" to be from the Bluegrass State.
(CNN) -- Who needs Fourth of July fireworks when you have Joan Rivers around?
SAN FRANCISCO (CNN) -- John Kasich told an audience here Friday that some people are "probably" born gay after being pressed on the issue by an audience member who said he was gay.
FRANKFORT, Ky. -- The Kentucky county clerk known for spending five days in jail over her refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples is attending the governor's public swearing-in ceremony.
Lupe Valdez could be the first out lesbian to be governor of a U.S. state if she wins in Texas.
Richmond, California's Vice Mayor Jovanka Beckles, the city's first openly lesbian councilwoman, has faced constant hate speech since she was elected to her position four years ago in 2010, reports Towleroad. And it's coming from both the public and her fellow council members.
A series of LBT women’s films are scheduled to screen at the Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood Cinema Paradiso theaters for the holiday season. The programming kicks off with “Sand Dollars,” opening at the Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood Cinema Paradisos on Thanksgiving Weekend on Nov. 27 and running until Dec. 3. “Janis: Little Girl Blue,” will then open on Dec. 4 until Dec. 9 at the Fort Lauderdale Cinema Paradiso. A third film, “The Summer of Sangaile,” is scheduled to screen at Cinema Paradiso in January 2016.
What was intended to be a friendly gathering of local activists turned into an ugly encounter with threats of violence last week.
Your article highlighting Charlie Crist's phony excuse for leaving the Republican Party because of racism and homophobia is very disappointing and quite frankly, irresponsible at best. South Florida Gay News is a well respected LGBT publication with a large statewide and national readership.
It's always interesting when a paper that is positioned to report the news becomes the story. Last week Norm Kent, the publisher of SFGN, wrote an op-ed piece in which he took two Democratic organizations to task for not advertising in his paper, criticizing both the Charlie Crist campaign and the Dolphin Dems.
On Halloween, I attended the Wicked Manors street party for the first time.
I sincerely hope that all of the "leaders" (both elected and self-appointed) of the Florida Democratic Party who forced the rank-and-file to accept the Republican Party's recycled garbage as our "best hope to win back the Governorship" will learn from their HUGE mistake.
The Miami Log Cabin Republican (LCR) Club, hosted an historic reception for two Gay Republican Congressional candidates: Carl DeMaio and Richard Tisei, from San Diego, CA and Lynnfield, MA, respectively.
The 2014 election wasn't a good one for Florida's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
The heated presidential campaign provided timely inspiration for “Shorts Gone Wild 4,” the annual festival of LGBT-themed short plays presented each August by Miami’s City Theatre and Island City Stage in Wilton Manors.