Experts around the country weigh in.
The escort, who gathered social media messages from priests seeking gay sex, said he was tired of hypocrisy.
A coalition of opponents to a bill that would allow faith-based adoption and foster care agencies to refuse to serve LGBT parents and children lashed out at the legislation during a rally near the Georgia Capitol.
Megan Barry resigned after pleading guilty to theft associated with her affair.
Even when the temps aren’t cooperating, spring is in the LGBT Atlanta air when gay sports leagues, niche exhibits and queer plays start piling up. See what you can get into this weekend.
ManShaft created a logjam of sexy lumberjacks and more on Saturday as the popular party series from DJ Diablo Rojo returned to the Heretic.
"You don’t get to make any sort of change if you don’t try to at least reach across and have the opportunity to speak."
A connection will "definitely" happen, Martin said.
The film's success will encourage diversity "in every realm," she said.
McBride's memoir, Tomorrow Will Be Different, hit stores on Tuesday.
The Hill reports: President Trump reportedly considered firing White House counsel Don McGahn if he didn’t deny a report that he threatened to resign after Trump ordered him to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, according to The New York Times. Show More Summary
It wouldn’t be the first major milestone for Cox.
The Washington Post reports: Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has gathered evidence that a secret meeting in the Seychelles just before the inauguration of Donald Trump was an effort to establish a back channel between the incoming...Show More Summary
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Tallahassee.com reports: The Florida House sent the state’s first gun control measures in 22 years to Gov. Rick Scott on a 67-50 vote. The measure that also creates a school marshal program to arm classroom teachers comes three weeks after 17 were slain at a Parkland high school. Show More Summary
A rep for Weir said talk of rivalry between the Olympic skaters is "completely false."
Civil rights activist David Mixner’s stage production Who Fell Into The Outhouse raised a whopping $175,000 for the Ali Forney Center’s Bea Arthur Residence at a one-night-only performace Monday night. The Ali Forney Center is the nation’… Read The post David Mixner’s ‘Who Fell Into The Outhouse?’ Raises $175,000 for Homeless LGBTQ Youth appeared first on Towleroad.
NBC News reports: Hope Hicks told the House Intelligence Committee last week that one of her email accounts was hacked, according to people who were present for the former White House communications director’s testimony in the panel’s Russia probe. Show More Summary
Meeting the "Mary Poppins" and "Sound of Music" icon was "a dream come true," he gushed.