Garden State Equality-New Jersey's 1st Health Care Conference for the LGBT Community

Published Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Stop by New Jersey's 1st Health Care Conference for the LGBT Community on Friday, October 6th from 8:00AM-3:00PM. Admission is free and includes continental breakfast and lunch. Register by calling 1-888-63-79584.

Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN) has partnered with CDC Theatre for the 2017 Short Play Festival

Published Monday, August 14, 2017
An exciting special event has been planned for the 99th season at CDC Theatre in Cranford! The oldest continuously producing community theatre in New Jersey, CDC Theatre will begin the fall portion of its season with the 2017 Short Play Festival. The festival will present a program of short plays and monologues about gay marriage and will feature the more»

LifeTies, Inc. announced its Board of Directors has appointed Lori Morris, Ph.D. as its new Executive Director

Published Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Ewing, NJ — LifeTies, Inc. announced today that its Board of Directors has appointed Lori Morris, Ph.D. as its new Executive Director. “The board is delighted to welcome Dr. Morris as its new Executive Director” said Dr. Bryan Baugh , president of the Board of Trustees. “Dr. Morris’ professional history shows her commitment more»

We get this question all the time! Where are the most LGBT-friendly towns in NJ?

Published Friday, November 4, 2016
by Erin O'Niell When Randy Rabney and her wife, Fran Lichtman, decided it was time to pack up their lives in Manhattan more than a decade ago, they only had one New Jersey town on their list of possible destinations: Maplewood. As native New Yorkers, Rabney said they drove to the town "to rule it out," never expecting to take the plunge into the New more»

For the fourth year, Jersey City No. 1 in N.J. for LGBT rights

Published Friday, October 21, 2016
by Terrence T. McDonald JERSEY CITY — For the fourth straight year, Jersey City is No. 1 on a national LGBT group's ranking of gay-friendly cities and towns. The Human Rights Campaign's annual Municipal Equality Index put Jersey City above Lambertville, Asbury Park and Princeton. Jersey City received a perfect 100 yet again, one of 60 cities more»

Info for your NJ Marriage license...

Published Friday, June 26, 2015
This is the link to the NJ Vital Statistics site. You can download and fill out the form before you go. Requirements for entering into a Marriage: For two persons to establish a Marriage in this State, it shall be necessary that they satisfy all of the following criteria: Not be a party to another civil union, domestic partnership or marriage in this more»