"I confess. I love two men. I love Jesus and I love Jim."
Groups from four states will rally in Cincinnati's Lytle Park on Tuesday ahead of oral arguments in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday that will decide six marriage cases in Kentucky,
Fifty years after its birth as a coal company town, Vicco in Perry County is receiving a birthday gift of sorts.
Since 1983, the Food & Drug Administration has barred gay and bisexual men from being eligible blood donors.
A federal judges has ruled that same-sex couples have the right to be married in Kentucky.
Northern Kentucky Pride Fest flooded Goebel Park and Mainstrasse Village on Saturday -- but so did the rain.
NKY Pride kicked off Friday with its annual bike ride through the River Cities.
NKY Pride will celebrate another year in Covington, but also a transition to a new name and a new direction.
It took five months of public debate but on Monday evening the Danville City Commission approved a gay-protecting fairness law by a 4-1 vote.
Trinity Episcopal Church in Downtown Covington will host the first same-sex blessing in the Diocese of Lexington next week.
A Kentucky embroidery shop is getting some flak online after a review accused it of being discriminatory.
The Northern Kentucky University Office of LGBTQ Programs and Services will present the inaugural LGBTQ Norse Pride Week April 21-26 with events and activities scheduled all week long.
Wendy Kay Schindler, coordinator of orientation at Gateway Community and Technical College, has been elected chair of the LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy Commission of the National Academic Advising A
The Commonwealth of Kentucky has hired private legal counsel to handle all future legal proceedings related to a recent ruling by a federal judge that requires the state to recognize same-sex marri
The Covington City Commission unanimously passed a resolution on Tuesday night endorsing the passage of House Bill 171, a piece of legislation before the General Assembly that aims to protect gays