Counter protests planned
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.
Atlanta’s Rev. Bradley Schmeling and his partner, Rev. Darin Easler, are being reinstated to the clergy roster of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America after they were removed for being in a same-sex relationship.
When voters go to the polls May 11 for the special election to represent state Senate District 42, their choices will include a candidate who is endorsed by the state's largest gay political group, one who also competed for the group's endorsement and is actively seeking gay votes, and one who is openly gay.
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
Derrick Martin and his boyfriend, Richard Goodman, attended Martin’s prom in rural Cochran, Ga., on April 17 and had “a blast.”
Protesters arrested outside White House, Sen. McCain’s office