The FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office will host a conference May 18 in Atlanta to educate law enforcement about the Matthew Shepard & James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act.
Friends, supporters to gather to honor second openly gay Ga. state legislator
Like all residents of the Gulf coast, organizers of gay Memorial Day Weekend events in Pensacola, Fla., are nervously watching news about the BP oil spill.
As the noon deadline for major party candidates to qualify for this year's elections passed on Friday, Georgia's two openly gay state lawmakers remained unopposed for new terms.
Gay-friendly Republicans face challengers as races shape up
Special election being held to fill seat vacated by David Adelman
Derrick Martin and his boyfriend, Richard Goodman, attended Martin’s prom in rural Cochran, Ga., on April 17 and had “a blast.”
The Georgia Senate voted 44-0 tonight to approve an anti-bullying measure that was backed by LGBT political group Georgia Equality.
Teen writes on Facebook the night was ‘amazing’
Halfway through the five-day qualifying period for major party candidates for this year’s elections, the two openly gay incumbents in the Georgia House have not drawn opponents.
Tim Riley, a gay mental health counselor who lives in Athens, has announced his second bid for the Georgia State Senate.