(WB) About 200 people gathered at the outdoor Sylvan Theater on the grounds of the Washington Monument on June 5, for a rally and march to promote the debunked belief that people can change their sexual orientation from gay to straight through faith in Jesus Christ.
Tormented Trails, a 20-minute walk through woods filled with scary twists and turns, returns to Tree Tops Park, 3900 SW 100th Ave in Davie, Oct. 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 and 31.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Conventional wisdom dictates that David Catania is an underdog in the race for mayor of Washington. He is white, a former Republican and openly gay in a city that has only elected African-American Democrats to its top local office.
WASHINGTON (AP) - For the first time, a U.S. military color guard is expected to march alongside rainbow flags in Washington's gay pride parade.
(AP) A federal judge on Monday barred President Donald Trump’s administration from proceeding with plans to exclude transgender people from military service.
(AP) A D.C. man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for killing a transgender woman in Montgomery County last April.
WASHINGTON (AP) _ The principal of Wilson High School in Washington who made national headlines when he came out as gay this year is losing his job.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The principal at one of the District of Columbia’s largest public high schools told students for the first time Wednesday that he is gay at a Pride Day event.
Gender non-binary residents of the District of Columbia are gaining more recognition.
(WB) Carrying rainbow flags and signs reading “Love, not hate, makes America great” and “Resist Trump,” tens of thousands of LGBT people and their supporters marched from the White House to the National Mall near the U.S. Capitol on Sunday in the Equality March for Unity and Pride.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A federal judge has awarded legal fees to a national gay rights group that sued North Dakota on behalf of a same-sex couple, though he criticized attorneys who worked on the case.
This week read about Kentucky allowing a children's services provider to discriminate against LGBT couples, and the gay bar Nellie's naming a new leadership in Washington D.C.
This week read about Shawn Skelly being nominated for assistant secretary of defense for readiness, and Bunnie Benton Cruse announcing her candidacy for the New Mexico legislature.
This week read about White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre addressing the press on behalf of the Oval Office, and a new anti-trans law going into effect in Tennessee.
This week read about two senators introducing a resolution that would lead the Senate to apologize for LGBT discrimination, and activists demanding closure of a gay D.C. bar after a Black woman was dragged down a flight of stairs by security.
WASHINGTON (AP) - District of Columbia Councilmember David Catania is filing paperwork to run for mayor as an independent in the midst of a fundraising scandal involving Mayor Vincent Gray's 2010 campaign.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of students, educators and community members have turned out for a counter-protest against the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church at a District of Columbia high school.
(WB) A prominent LGBT activist from Trinidad and Tobago died in D.C. on March 4.
(WB) LGBT rights groups on Wednesday were quick to condemn the siege of the U.S. Capitol.
WASHINGTON - A man has been charged with stabbing a transgender girl on a Metro train.
Canada has deemed the Proud Boys a terrorist group, saying its members “played a pivotal role” in the assault on the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6.
(CNN) The leader of the Proud Boys, Henry "Enrique" Tarrio, was arrested Monday in Washington, D.C., for allegedly burning a Black Lives Matter banner taken from a Black church last month during protests in the city after a "Stop the Steal" rally.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has declined to wade into a dispute between the Episcopal Church and a conservative congregation that left the denomination in a rift over homosexuality and other issues.
(WB) Vice President Kamala Harris drew loud cheers and prolonged applause when she and her husband, Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff, joined more than 1,000 LGBT participants in D.C.’s Capital Pride Walk on Saturday, June 12, becoming the first U.S. vice president to participate in an LGBT Pride event.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray signed a bill unanimously passed by City Council Monday, that bans mental health professionals licensed by the city from performing conversion therapy on minors.
As we gradually try to return to some semblance of our former lives, many restaurants have had to shutter their doors forever (so long NaBu, we’ll miss you), while others are offering dining at reduced capacity. Many places are offering specials to entice back into your old routine.