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Secretary of State and former U.S. Senator (MA) John Kerry. Photo courtesy U.S. State Department

Secretary of State Kerry apologizes for decades of State Dept. discrimination

“These actions were wrong then, just as they would be wrong today.” With this words, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry apologized to the LGBT community on behalf of the State Department for decades of discrimination. According to a January […]

Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy

Vermont Senator Leahy blasts AG nominee Sessions’ anti-civil rights record

“When I pushed in 2009 to advance the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act,” says Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy, “it was Sessions who sought to derail it.” Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, writes Leahy in a January 8 Boston Globe […]


MassEquality greets 2017 with six-point LGBT-rights agenda

2017 is here, and the fight for LGBT civil rights — both in terms of progress and saving basic, hard-fought civil rights — is on. For the Bay State, MassEquality has put forth its six-point agenda for the New Year. Over the next couple […]

Cari and Lauri Ryding

Natick residents supporting lesbian neighbors named Bostonians of the Year

It’s the kind of story that shows what the “A” in LGBTQA is all about — for the neighbors of Natick lesbian couple Cari and Lauri Ryding are true allies. When the couple returned home from a vacation last August, they […]

Raymond Buckley

NH Democratic chair is a top contender to head DNC

Raymond Buckley, chairman of the New Hampshire Democratic Party and vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee, is a top contender to become chairman of the national party organization. Buckley is also the first out gay person to serve as the […]

Maine Equality Center

Six LGBT organizations share brand new space in Maine Equality Center

The Equality Community Center in Portland, Maine rolled out the red carpet with a grand opening party Friday, evening, December 1. In the 3,000-square-foot facility, six LGBT organizations share the space, including EqualityMaine, Pride Portland!, SAGE Maine, PFLAG, the Gay, […]

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration may end the barring of men who have sex with men from donating blood. Photo courtesy of Freedom to Donate.

Mass General Doctors Join National Call to End Ban on Blood Donations from Gay Men

It’s getting down to the wire. This Friday, November 25, marks the FDA’s deadline for scientific comments on a push to end the ban barring men who have sex with men from donating blood. Even if you’re not a scientist or […]

GLAD,Ropes & Gray,Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition

New Initiative Provides Free Legal Resources to New England Trans Community

“For transgender people, having accurate identification not only facilitates everyday interactions, but also safeguards their right to be treated fairly in the eyes of law enforcement and authority figures, something that is of utmost importance in today’s social and political […]

Holyoke, Massachusetts Mayor Alex Morse

Troubling Tide of Post-Election Bigotry Reaches Mayor’s Desk

“I know that the good always always outweighs the bad,” wrote openly gay Mayor Alex Morse of Holyoke, Massachusetts, on his Facebook page after receiving a homophobic and threatening message earlier this week. And yet, there’s a pretty clear line between […]

True Colors: Out Youth Theater

Boston’s True Colors Earns National Arts & Humanities Youth Program Award

The young thespians from the Boston-based theater program True Colors: Out Youth Theater and their grown-up program leaders from The Theater Offensive have earned a National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award, which will be presented next week at the White […]

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