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Four years of gay marriage

Strong Commitments and Fragile Gains

On the matter of divorce, LGBTQ Americans are more likely to grapple with legal confusion and lack of precedent regarding same-sex divorces than outright discrimination.

Our People: Lennie Gerber

Civil Liberties Activist, Wife, Senior Community Leader

Over the course of her life, Lennie Gerber led a storied legal career, fighting for housing justice, consumer protection and the right of incarcerated women to be involved in their children’s lives.

In Memoriam: 2018 Notable Deaths

LGBTQA Community Members Leave Their Mark on the World

The year of 2018 saw many challenges and changes on the landscape of the LGBTQ and allied environment. And among those changes were the deaths of several individuals who came from a cross section of society who contributed in significant ways to the world in which we live.

Profile: Rachel

An interview with Ben Schatz of The Kinsey Sicks

If you haven’t been to a Kinsey Sicks concert, then you haven’t lived. Or laughed, for that matter.

Divorce, survivorship and aging

Legal Eagles: LGBTQ couples can take steps to protect themselves in trying times

LGBTQ couples now enjoy the right to marry, and an increasing number of LGBTQ couples are taking their vows. That also means more couples may someday have to face separation or divorce.

U.S./World: Trans teen SCOTUS case, Trump pushback

Beyond the Carolinas

The U.S. Supreme Court vacated a lower court ruling and chose not to hear the case brought to it by Gavin Grimm and the City Council of the City of West Hollywood-approved an item that directs City of West Hollywood staff to take steps in prohibiting West Hollywood City Hall from doing business with entities that provide financial or other benefits to the President of the United States or his revocable trust.