Inaction after mass shootings is our national disgrace.
While a drama major at the famed LaGuardia Arts High School, she began working professionally, like acting in the musical
I talked to Nadine about moving forward after the Pulse Nightclub Massacre and her spin on our LGBT issues.
After tragedy, love, support and togetherness are needed most. Adam Keller and Jared Marinelli, best known around the world
Nonprofits in Florida are offering resources like Spanish-speaking mental health professionals and legal assistance for travel documents.
America is heartbroken. Sunday, in the middle of a celebration of life and love during Gay Pride Month 2016, a horrific act of terror and hate struck the LGBT community when a gunman opened fire at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. I am grief-stricken for the victims of this tragedy and their loved ones.
I often say to people that I have the best job in the world, being able to perhaps change a heart and a mind any given day.
While no official policies or platforms were introduced, Rep. Darryl Rouson, State House Leader-designee, set a decisive tone in his speech to the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community and came out publicly in favor of marriage equality for the first time.
On June 5, Hillsborough County Commissioner Mark Sharpe choked back tears. Eight years earlier, almost to the day, Sharpe had joined with five other colleagues to cement in place a policy that banned recognition of gay pride. He expressed his regret for having voted for the policy.
Remarkably, the bill passed its first Senate hearing thanks to a swing vote by Sen. Nancy Detert, a Republican. One bill
On behalf of Equality Florida, I want to thank Lt. Governor Carroll for taking responsibility for her words and for responding to the harm those words inflicted.
On Dec. 23, 2011, Florida's 5th Circuit Court of Appeal ruled that the state of Florida must recognize the parental rights of two lesbian moms, one the biological mother who contributed the egg and the other who was the birth mother.