Devout Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao may live and train here in L.A., but he is no longer welcome at one of the city’s most popular shopping and entertainment centers.
Incoming UC Freshman and transfer students may soon be asked to declare their sexual orientation. Supporters say the declaration will help campuses better plan for the needs of LGBT students
A U.S. Army veteran has filed a lawsuit against the federal government after her wife was denied military benefits.
Pepperdine University has blocked formation of an official gay and lesbian support group on its Malibu campus.
The Salvation Army bell-ringers and their red kettles are a familiar sight this time of year, but one group is calling for a boycott of the charity this Christmas season.
LAUSD students may soon be taught “age-appropriate” curriculum promoting positive images of homosexuals and their contributions to society.
Supporters of a voter-backed measure to ban gay marriages in California argued before the state Supreme Court for the right to appeal a federal ruling overturning the ban.
An online campaign wants Bert and Ernie to get married in an attempt to “put an end to the bullying and suicides of LGBT youth”.
Long Beach police are beefing up security after a string of attacks on gay men.
Former classmates have testified that they saw Brandon McInerney shoot and kill an openly gay student at a Ventura County middle school but they shed no light on a motive for the 2008 attack.
Hateful messages aimed at the gay community were scrawled in spray paint over the edifices of a Lancaster business Sunday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
New census figures show that one out of every 100 California households is made up of cohabitating same-sex couples.
More than 400,000 people are expected to line Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood Sunday for the 41st annual L.A. Pride parade, celebrating the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities, according to organizers.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is kicking off what will likely be Los Angeles’ first annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Heritage Month.
Three players claim that their team’s second-place finish was nullified because they are bisexual — not gay — and thus their team exceeded the limit of two non-gay players.