In life, the gay filmmaker and artist Derek Jarman was a polarizing figure. In death, he represents an alternative to the new gay credo of marriage, mortgage, and monogamy.
In the '90s we fought for acknowledgement, now it's hard for me to take the fight as seriously
He says it’s about financial security for same-sex couples
A gay couple explains how their romantic relationship has survived over the decades
Attorney General Lisa Madigan says given the constitutional issues, there's no justification to wait to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples until the state's marriage equality law takes effect June 1.
But over half of Americans support same-sex marriage
What happens when a young trans woman is murdered in the street, opposite a police station?
BSA won't accept openly gay adult volunteers, so Disney World won't give money. Scouting officials say they're 'disappointed.'
The theme park will no longer be subsidizing local BSA chapters
It's as close as you're going to get to 'f*ck you.'