Pope Francis stopped the procession to his inaugural mass to kiss and bless a disabled man and a baby. The estatic faces
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Simply titled "Bodybuilding," the collection of photographs highlights an array of individuals who push their bodies to unfathomable
"We've never tried nor been good at writing to lines, and we both know that," he said. "There is a temptation ... But I think
Obama's speech cleared up any lingering doubts about his commitment to LGBT equality. He signaled that he views this topic as more than a political issue to give lip service to. What we heard was a man who considers LGBT equality an important legacy issue.
Earlier this year, Christie also blasted House Republicans for stalling a storm relief package, and later lashed out at the
The president's words struck me to the core. Just as I became an accidental activist when I transitioned, I was an accidental participant in the Stonewall uprising when I stumbled upon the chaos when I was trying to attend a concert at the Village Vanguard on the night of June 28, 1969.
Richard Blanco was the perfect choice for inaugural poet, embodying the rich kaleidoscope of our nation's people. He was conceived in Cuba, born in Spain, and came to the U.S. when he was two months old. Like Obama, he grew up negotiating different identities. And like the president, he loves his country.
As if the Internet could love Joe Biden more, he's now participating (albeit unintentionally) in some of our favorite memes
Stephen Colbert mocked Fox News' business contributor Stuart Varney during his Tuesday night show for his reaction to President
It is vital to view the history of the Stonewall rebellion much more closely and not let that fight be reduced to simply the right of gay and lesbian Americans to get married. It is important to note that at the forefront of the fight were two transgender women, Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson.
A top first 100 days recommendation is for President Obama to sign an executive order to prohibit companies that receive contracts from the federal government to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Let's just say it isn't what WE would have worn.
Pop icon Lady Gaga and singer Tony Bennett were providing the entertainment. According to the pool report, the first lady