New Report: State Parenting Laws Across the Nation Harm Children of LGBT Parents
Dale Liuzza and his partner welcomed a son into their family eight years ago. Living in Louisiana, a state that prohibits second-parent adoption, only one
Louisiana Gay Dad Raises Child, But He’s Powerless as Partner Skips Town With Boy
Without the legal recognition of LGBT parents and second-parents from both LGBT and straight families, millions of children are left in danger of a myriad
Lesbian Couple Kicked Out of Kentucky Park, Calls for New LGBT Anti-Discrimination Oridinance
“There’s a large sign posted, and it tells the hours of the park, no cats, no dogs, no football, no weddings — things along that
New California Bill May Expand Family Equality
Children are raised in families of all shapes and sizes; but unfortunately, not all of these families are recognized in the law. A new bill
The 11 Most Pro-LGBT U.S. Representatives: Is Yours On The List?
Does your representative defend LGBT rights? ThinkProgress identified the eleven most pro-LGBT U.S. representatives and compiled them into the following informative list. Use this information
New French Government Plans to Legalize Marriage Equality and Adoption
The new French government is living up to its promises to the LGBT community! As a follow-up to an earlier story, in which we mentioned
Who would use Love for Hate? One Anti-Gay Attack Ad’s Irreverent Use of a Wedding Picture
Anti-gay hate takes many forms, but reusing a picture of a loving couple as a political attack ad without their consent is certainly going too
Supreme Court Upholds Affordable Care Act
Today, in a surprise 5-4 decision, with the traditionally conservative Chief Justice Roberts writing the opinion for the majority, the Supreme Court upheld the main
Openly Gay Father Grabs the Democratic Nomination in New York’s 18th District!
In New York’s 18th district, Sean Patrick Maloney, an openly gay attorney, has won the Democratic nomination for a U.S. House seat. With help from
Malaysia LGBT community demanding rights, end to discrimination
LGBT individuals are struggling for their rights in Malaysia. While the government has been denouncing the LGBT community by denying that the constitution protects against
Supreme Court Overturns SB 1070, Arizona’s Immigration Law
In a huge victory for immigration advocates, the Supreme Court ruled 5-3 today that SB 1070, Arizona’s strict immigration law passed in 2010, is preempted by
Today in D.C.: The Youth Bullying Prevention Act is Signed into Law!
Today, Washington, D.C. took a momentous stand against bullying. On Friday June 22nd, Mayor Vincent C. Gray signed into law the Youth Bullying Prevention Act