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Host a Valentine's Day Party for Immigration Equality

As a day about love and commitment, Valentine’s day can be a special opportunity to raise awareness about the thousands of loving couples separated by our country’s unfair immigration laws.

Courage will Persevere

While it was great to hear the President’s vow in his State of the Union address to end “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” this year, we know he can’t do it without Congress.

Eagle Forum opposes the Military Readiness Enhancement Act

Eagle Forum, a leading pro-family organization founded by its current President, Phyllis Schlafly, strongly urged members of Congress yesterday, as well as other Americans who support the U.S. military, to defend current law which holds that homosexuals are ineligible to serve in the U.S. armed forces.

PFLAG's "Holding Families Together" 4 part series

Holding Families Together looks at social problems that result when parents reject their LGBT sons and daughters. Teens that come out are more likely to become homeless and turn to drugs, prostitution and crime. When rejected, these gay, lesbian and transgender teens become depressed and suicidal. Many problems are avoided, however, when young people receive the support they need.

SDSU production selected for Kennedy Center festival

The SDSU School of Theatre, Television and Film’s September production of Dear Harvey will participate in the Southwest Regional Finals for the Kennedy Center’s American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) being held in St. George, Utah in early February.

Queer, brown and proud / Con orgullo gay latino

“Finally, out of LA!” I thought while driving up north to join dozens of other LGBT Latinos in California’s Central Valley.

Tony Campolo's Story of a Gay Son

Tony Campolo shares a heart-rending story of a mother's love for her gay son and ends with his own take on the alienating cliche, "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin"