5 LGBT things you need to know today, Oct. 27

1. The Mormon Church has launched a new website, Mormon and Gay, that pushes for tolerance and acceptance of members of the LGBT community, though it doesn't rescind last year's decision to brand married same-s...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Oct. 26

1. A new study from the University of California finds that communities with higher risks of contracting HIV – including people who live in southern states, transgender women, and black and Latino men who have ...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Oct. 25

1. Senate Democrats are fighting to remove language from a defense policy bill that would allow federal contractors to discriminate based on sexual or gender orientation.2. A former employee of Donald Trump...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Oct. 24

1. The Log Cabin Republicans have officially refused to endorse Donald Trump for President, citing the discriminatory beliefs of his most senior advisors – though they also refer to him as the most pro-LGBT can...

AHF’s Out of the Closet ready to open its doors

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which joined forces with longtime HIV resource AID Atlanta in June 2015, opens the doors to its latest venture into the Atlanta market Saturday, Sept. 17 with the opening of Out ...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Sept. 16

1. In his final address, the Archbishop of Wales said that sex between gay people in committed relationships is “proper,” and urged members to reconsider traditional beliefs on same-sex relationships.2. A s...
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Intense Midtown apartment fire displaces residents

A cigarette that wasn’t fully extinguished led to a fire Wednesday night at the gay-friendly Ansley Forest Apartments that has displaced some 40 residents, according to the Atlanta Fire Department.The two-a...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Sept. 15

1. Ivanka Trump claims the paid family leave plan she’s crafted for her father’s campaign is great for same-sex couples, even though it leaves a lot of people out.2. A federal judge rules that Wisconsin dis...