A federal judge struck down Utah’s same-sex marriage ban Friday in a decision that marks a drastic shift toward gay marriage in a conservative state where the Mormon church has long been against it.
A federal judge has struck down Utah’s same-sex marriage ban, saying it is unconstitutional.
A straight gym teacher said that his lesbian boss fired him from his longtime job at an Upper West Side school, for being straight.
Once more, Gracie Mansion will be home to the mayor of New York City. Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio ended weeks of speculation by announcing Wednesday that his family would move to the mayor’s official residence.
Today safer sex goes beyond just condoms and includes strategies such as serosorting (having sex with people of the same HIV status), seropositioning (choosing sex acts and top or bottom positions based on status), and using PrEP.
2013 was one of the most eventful years in recent memory, a year that will be remembered for the strides GLBTs tools toward full equality. Here’s a rundown and refresher of what happened over the past year.
The hacktivist group Anonymous leaked the personal information of leaders from the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church after members announced they planned to picket Sand Hook Elementary, just days after the tragic shooting there.
A 10-year-old Arkansas boy name Will Phillips has decided that he cannot in good conscience pledge allegiance to the flag as long as the country for which it stands refuses legal equality to its GLBT citizens.
If you’re finding it difficult these days to focus on the things that really matter, you’re not alone. In fact, you’re in good (and exceedingly glamorous) company. It just so happens that beloved 1950s Hollywood star Nicholas Gorham is as well.
Company XIV and The Saint At Large are announcing a one week extension for the critically acclaimed New York Premiere of "Nutcracker Rouge."
Only the pair knows if their romantic partnership was love at first sight, but when Larry met Raymond, they meant business. Now they’re getting kudos for their designs... and their pop-up shops around the country.
The 2014 Gay Games is announcing a participation scholarship for those who wish to be part of the event but don’t have the financial means to attend. There are a limited number of scholarships available.
Author Scott Turow, who is also a practicing attorney, joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss his new legal thriller "Identical," as well as book publishing and what he calls "unfair tactics" used in the sale of e-b...
Strut and fret upon this stage, perchance to tango or merely walk: there’s the rub for Hit List this weekend.
HIV+ and way too tired? Look to complex carbs, protein, fat and some key vitamins for a better boost than stimulants.
In the beginning, major news outlets ignored the epidemic because it only struck marginal populations. After a brief window of concern, they have fallen into the same pattern.…
EDGE Goes Social
Food and beverage companies are under increasing pressure to remove unfamiliar ingredients from their products as consumers go online to criticize the formulations of some products.
Matt Fox is a man on a mission: to get men to quit dressing like slobs and start taking care of their appearance. Through his shopping website & his personal style, he’s working to bring out men’s inner dandy, from custom-made neckerchiefs to ...
Gay Days has been an annual event at Disney World since 1991. This past year was bigger than ever and EDGE was there. (And in Anaheim and Las Vegas as well!) Here are the best pics from the events!
SAGE, Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, is the largest and oldest organization of its kind in the USA. Its Toys Party, now in its 28th year, was hosted at Chelsea Piers by Robby Browne, David Tufts and Chris Kann.
Americans aren’t expecting another bang-up year for the stock market, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll. Of the people polled, 40 percent think the market will stabilize where it is now by the end of 2014.
It’s not just an urban legend; a boy in Scottsdale, Pennsylvania, found a small blade in a candy he received while trick-or-treating. KDKA’s Ralph Iannotti reports.
Investors sent stock soaring and pushed the Dow Jones industrial average up more than 200 points after the Federal Reserve decided to dial back its extraordinary economic stimulus. The central bank cited a stronger jobs market and improving economy.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr, the two men most involved in the decision to make the city the nation’s largest to file for bankruptcy, testified Monday that a court-led reorganization is necessary to save the city...
The compact, entry-level Lexus IS sedan is redesigned for 2014 with an edgy attitude from its styling to its technology.
While Chevrolet’s 2014 Silverado looks a lot like its predecessor on the outside, major changes give the new Silverado better ride and handling, improved safety and a more luxurious, quiet interior with features that rival some offices.
It’s fairly easy to pick a holiday present, stick a bow on it and say "enjoy" when you give it to someone. It’s tougher to give a gift that keeps on giving and challenges the mind - from robot kits to programmable microcontrollers to musical instruments.
A surveillance camera at a Brooklyn apartment building captured a suspected thief twerking outside. The woman is believed to be a lookout for a partner who was inside stealing items from packages that had been delivered to the building. No Audio.
Holiday travelers in the Midwest and in parts East and South were keeping a leery eye Friday on a band of foul weather that threatens to mess up opening weekend of one of the year’s busiest travel periods.
When you grow up in Rhode Island, as I did, and you return to Newport, you bring a perspective that is steeped in nostalgia yet tempered by a response to changes, good and bad, that you notice as you amble down familiar streets.
The Philadelphia Center for Transgender Surgery’s founder Dr. Sherman Leis says that as people come to terms with gender dysphoria earlier, new surgery protocols are needed for trans teens.
The use of art in therapy with HIV clients has become so widespread that Dr. Robert L. Murphy can’t think of one HIV clinic that doesn’t use some form of it. Creativity enables people with HIV and AIDS to become active participants in their tr...