Lila Shapiro

Reporter Lila Shapiro, who began working for The Huffington Post in 2009 and has been writing for Gay Voices for just over
"I believe that education is for everyone, regardless of their gender," Javier wrote in an email this week. "Everyone deserves
Epiphany, who has been performing as a professional drag queen in New York for the past nine years, said she was shocked
Earlier this week, I wrote about how LGBT Catholics are hopeful -- if not optimistic -- that the next pope might be less
Hopes are high among gay rights advocates that Obama will say something about LGBT rights in his State of the Union address
Pope Benedict XVI shocked catholics on Monday with his sudden announcement that he was stepping down. For LGBT advocates
Pedro Correa survived the last storm, Hurricane Sandy, by clinging to the roof of a floating house. He'd stayed behind on
-- The Boy Scouts of America announced today that it would delay a vote on a controversial policy banning openly gay scouts
-- Forces on both sides are gathering momentum as they prepare for the Supreme Court's hearing on same-sex marriage this
Not surprisingly, the Human Rights Campaign announced it is endorsing Christine Quinn for New York City Mayor. If elected
-- Same-sex marriage opponents look to be in dire financial straits, according to a Reuters report. According to the article
-- David Kochel, the top Iowa adviser for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign, is speaking out in support of same-sex marriage
-- The New York Times takes a look at the marriage fight in Rhode Island, the only state in New England that has not legalized
-- Proponents of Proposition 8, the ban on gay marriage in California that will be tested before the Supreme Court this spring
-- Speculation is heating up in the gay blogosphere that the explanation behind Manti Te'o's bizarre saga of a dead ex-girlfriend
-- Last weekend in Paris, more than 340,000 protesters marched in protest of same-sex marriage. Now, the mayor of Paris is
-- Lawmakers in Wyoming are pushing to legalize same-sex marriage, and several Republicans in the state are already on board
"Rhode Islanders United for Marriage is a broad and growing non-partisan coalition of organizations who are coming together
-- In a big win for promoters of marriage equality, the AP is reporting that the Washington National Cathedral will soon