A dedication ceremony for the stamp is scheduled for next Wednesday in San Francisco.
Openly gay NFL prospect receives encouraging words for his decision to come out before the draft.
Maria and Alexandra — a quiet, academic couple with a seven-year old daughter —want to flee Russia for Canada.
President Barack Obama blamed a “cold war mentality” for Russia’s recent retrenching behind anti-gay laws.
About 100 supporters took to the steps of City Hall in support of Harvey Milk San Francisco International Airport.
Prop. 8 challengers aren’t going down without a fight. Today lawyers filed briefs urging the government to take action on gay marriage immediately.
An online petition backing the renaming of San Francisco International Airport after Harvey Milk has picked up 17,500 signatures.
President Barack Obama vowed in his inaugural speech to fight for equal rights for “our gay brothers and sisters.”
Supervisor David Campos is set to propose legislation to rename San Francisco International Airport after slain gay rights activist Harvey Milk.
The State Department has granted Mariela Castro — daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro — permission to come to the Bay.
Today the 9th circuit court of appeals handed gay-rights advocates a huge win with their decision against Prop 8.
Thirty-three years ago, the cracking of gunfire in City Hall marked one of the darkest yet most defining moments in The City’s history.