But just yesterday, she didn't.
The ACLU sues to repeal a rule that halves severance pay for those discharged due to "homosexual conduct."
A draft of a report reveals that seven out of ten soldiers wouldn't mind the end of "don't ask, don't tell."
They will donate scholarship money and funding to the Harvey Milk School.
Two more cases will be filed today against the Defense of Marriage Act.
Gay activists in Barcelona protested Pope Benedict XVI's anti-gay beliefs by kissing each other in front of him.
In his resignation speech in New Hampshire, he said: "This is the one place where I'm not 'the gay bishop.'"
Hawaii's governor-elect Neil Abercrombie could make that state even more fun.
The military can still keep gays from serving openly.
Dharun Ravi's defense strategy seems at odds with his tweets.
They won't face disciplinary hearings at the university.
Is Anderson Cooper a new gay-rights crusader?
"Every time I say we should bring back retarded, somebody says, 'Oh, guess what? My brother's retarded!'"
He's made more gay appointments than any president in history.
He's not the only one.
You know, if you ARE gay.
The magazine publisher reacts to some unpleasant news.