Financial guru Suze Orman may be packing up her partner and her jacket collection and moving to a state that recognizes gay marriage if the Supreme Court overturns DOMA.Orman currently lives in Fort Lauderdale with partner Kathy Travis, but the tax breaks that could come with federally recognized ma ... More >>
Fidel Castro turned 85 this past Saturday, and the celebrations were mostly typical. Supporters held a giant concert featuring dozens of musical acts, but Castro himself spent the day in seclusion, which prompted rumors he might have been too feeble for a public appearance. Miami exiles, meanwhil ... More >>
Al Cardenas, the Miami mega-lobbyist and lawyer who once headed the Republican Party of Florida and now head of the influential American Conservative Union, has exercised his right to be married to a woman named Diana for the past 32 years. Though, it seems Diana is dead set against extending the ... More >>
While Florida may have an amendment enshrined in its constitution that forbids gays and lesbians from even seeking civil unions, a new report from Equality Florida claims that Florida now ranks among the top five states in the nation in protecting its gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered cit ... More >>
Martin Gill and his sons are now legally a familyAn appellate court's decision that Florida's ban on gay adoption will stand, meaning potential gay parents through out the state will be able to adopt. Attorney General Bill McCollum's office had until 5 pm today to decide whether or not to ... More >>
Rev. O'Neal DozierAttorney General Bill McCollum has until October 22 to file an appeal in a case that overturned Florida's decades-old gay adoption ban. If he doesn't, all Floridians fit to parent will be able to adopt regardless of their sexual orientation.Unsurprisingly, some homophobes aren't ... More >>
We're of two theories about Charlie Crist's latest string of "clarifications" (or flip-flops) on some positions: (1) The guy doesn't know what he actually believes and is being as vague as possible to attract as many voters as possible. (2) He has always personally held these positions, altered t ... More >>
After a heated debate that lasted until 4 a.m. in the morning, Argentina is set to become the first country in Latin America to recognize same-sex marriage. The Senate approved the measure following the foot steps of the lower house, and President Cristina Fernandez is certain to sign the measure ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke tries to understand how a transsexual running for Congress can be against gay marriage.A few weeks ago, I came across som ... More >>
McCollum (L) paid Rekers (R) $120,000 to testify against gay adoption.Attorney General Bill McCollum, who is running for Governor as a Republican, has tried to distance himself from anti-gay activist George Rekers, but recently released emails show that McCollum hired Rekers as an expert witness ... More >>
George Alan Rekers, latest in a long line of closeted homophobes.Unless you've spent the last 48 hours holed up in a French B&B humping the homosexuality right out of your rent-a-boy, you've probably heard about Miami New Times' exposé of gay-bashing evangelist George Alan Rekers' European trys ... More >>
via The Orlando SentinelMelanie Leon and Vanessa Alenier, the South Florida lesbian couple who last month won a court case to adopt a child despite Florida's gay adoption ban, apparently weren't sufficiently ugly for the Florida Family Policy Council's propaganda purposes. So in an email bla ... More >>
There's something wrong when ABC sitcoms are more progressive than Florida laws.Another blow to Florida's gay adoption ban was served as the third adoption since 2008 by a gay parent was approved by a Miami-Dade judge. The ruling follows a decision by Monroe Circuit Judge David J. Audlin in Augus ... More >>
Latin America celebrated it's first official gay marriage yesterday, as two gay rights activists tied the knot in Argentina thanks to a legal loophole. Argentina's constitution doesn't specifically define marriage between a man and a woman, effectively leaving the interpretation up to local official ... More >>
In February 2007, Tim Hardaway gave a textbook demonstration in career suicide live on Dan LeBatard's radio show with one of the most cringe-inducing bouts of homophobia an ex-athlete has ever managed. Let's recap:"You know, I hate gay people, so I let it be known," Hardaway said. "I don't like gay ... More >>
Zoophiles love and have sex with animals. Will the world ever accept them?
Recently fired Local 10 anchor Charles Perez took his side of the story to the Daily Beast today, in a wide-ranging column explaining why he'll continue his suit against WPLG, claiming they fired him because he was gay, attacking the state of the news business, positioning himself as a gay rights he ... More >>
Sometimes when you make a post about something, you feel indebted to blog about any major updates in the story. Other times, you find a picture so marvelous you need to find any excuse to use it. So here we are continuing our coverage of Perez Hilton v. Will.i.am: Boom Boom Pow-gate '09. Of course, ... More >>
Gay penguin dads from a book called "And Tango Makes Three" Miami-Dade Judge Cindy Lederman's ruling that overturned the gay adoption ban in Florida is still working its way through the court system, but yesterday another Florida judge handed down another ruling in favor of gay adoptive parents ... More >>
Or you could just call her the Pie-d Piper.
The religious right's ex-gay movement is scouting local recruits
The Westboro Baptists have a message for South Florida
Take that, Anita Bryant! The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is reclaiming the orange
A store owner is too Christian to serve a gay couple
Film fest puts gay life onscreen
Debate over the rights of gays to marry resonates with the rhetoric of the civil rights movement
Shock jocks, Lincoln Road obstructions, patriots gay and straight
The mayoral candidate's bilingual campaign has a message that doesn't translate
Unless you happen to be a transgender black woman named Dana
Howard Dean is aiming for the White House, but first it's Miami Beach
Opening shots on September 10th's gay-rights ballot
Hear why this crusader wants to save you from the evils of gay rights
Rev. Tommie Watkins knocked on the church door but no one answered
The Boy Scouts earn a merit badge for intolerance
Stop in the name of love
Nat Wilcox on bad behavior; and growing radio verde?
Gay teens listen up! A grant-getting guru has found you a place to call home.
Hey! That song there is about gay people!
More of the same cruddy headlines from the Middle East, right? Nope -- try Homestead.
FIU's first gay-rights group finds disciples of Anita Bryant alive and well on campus