Andy Humm

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  • 1 year ago | Featured

    Going into 2013, then-New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn was the odds-on favorite to become the first woman and out gay mayor of New York. But in an election in which "change" became a mantra, support from LGBT leaders couldn't overcome...

  • 3 years ago

    On a beautiful Sunday in May, Chris de la Torre, 31, a comedian wearing a "Kool AIDS" T-shirt, and his partner, dancer Edwin Figueroa, 30, his tee proudly proclaiming "POZ LOVER," marched through Central Park with 45,000 others in the Gay Men's He...

  • 13 years ago

    DALLAS—On the opening day of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops last week, the Dallas Morning News rocked the house with a lengthy investigation of child abuse in the church. Under a headline that read, "Two Thirds of Bishops Le...

  • 13 years ago

    Governor Pataki has nominated Reverend John Bonnici, director of the New York Archdiocese's Family Life/Respect Life Office, to CUNY's board of trustees. The nomination is likely to be approved by the Republican-controlled state senate sometime th...

  • 14 years ago

    The human rights laws of New York City and State are so poorly enforced by their respective human rights agencies that a victim's chance for justice is next to nothing. This charge is made against the city in a scathing December report from the As...

  • 14 years ago

    George Cuellar lost the love of his life on September 11—"a nightmare," he says. Had Cuellar been able to marry his partner, he would now be entitled to a wide array of government and private benefits. But because his partner, Luke Dudek, was...