LGBTQ Group to Hold Welcoming Dance After Being Banned from St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Pride Center of Staten Island announced it would be having a “Gay St. Patrick’s Dance” this coming Saturday after having been banned from marching in the Staten Island St. Patrick’s Day parade. Read More

LGBTQ Groups Again Denied Admission to Staten Island St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Pride Center of Staten Island has once again been denied permission to march in Staten Island’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. Read More

LGBT Group Banned from St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Staten Island

Organizers of Staten Island's St. Patrick's Day parade barred an LGBT group from participating in the event last weekend because, the parade's president said, it was not a "sexual identification parade." Read More

LGBT Irish-Americans Finally Fully Welcomed to NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade

  When the St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off in New York City tomorrow, it... Read More

After Dispute, LGBT Marchers to Appear at St. Patrick’s Parade in Boston

After yet another dispute, LGBT marchers will be appearing in Boston’s St. Patrick’s Parade tomorrow. But... Read More

Next Year's St. Pat's Parade May Not Be As Inclusive as This Year's Was

While the Irish in Ireland have shown that the overwhelming majority of them support gay... Read More

St. Patrick's Day Parades Increasingly Inclusive, But Still Controversial

If you haven’t already done so, please answer our ten-second poll on Pope Francis’ LGBT... Read More

St. Patrick's Day Parades in NY and Boston Remain Controversial on LGBT Issues

Since St. Patrick’s Day Parade organizers in Boston and New York City had both announced last... Read More

LGBT Groups, Politicians Criticize NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade for Lack of Irish Identity

LGBT and political leaders are again criticizing New York City's St. Patrick's Day parade for its handling openly gay contingents. Read More

Gay Veterans to March in Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade Next Year

St. Patrick's Day in Boston will be a little more bright and gay this year with the inclusion of an explicitly LGBT group in that city's parade for the first time. Read More