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Measure would prevent defendants from using victims' LGBTQ status to justify homicide or assualt
Two pro-equality bills that passed the Virginia Senate with unanimous support from Democrats and one-third of the Republican Senate caucus have been assigned to a...
Outcome could determine whether transgender people can sue for sex discrimination
Gov. McAuliffe vetoed a similar bill last year
Pride announces "Unapologetically Proud" as its theme for 2017
David Mariner hopes the new look will "make it simpler, cleaner, easier to navigate"
Mary's House and Black, Gifted and Whole among the top grant awardees
Jim Slattery remembers the first time he witnessed the impact of Brother, Help Thyself. In 2009, the organization’s board met to determine which nonprofits would...
Organizers say they were inspired by the success of the Women's March on Washington
On Thursday, Feb. 2, the Capital Pride Alliance will hold its fifth annual Pride Reveal at SAX Restaurant & Lounge, where the organization announces the...
For the second year in a row, a Virginia Senate committee approved two nondiscrimination bills seeking to make LGBT Virginian’s lives a little easier. On...
Protestors create turmoil near MacPherson Square in Washington, D.C.
Activists use dance as a symbolic protest against vice president's anti-LGBT record
A measure that would have instituted a North Carolina-style law prohibiting transgender people from using restrooms and changing facilities that match their gender identity was...
A Virginia House subcommittee has defeated a bill that would have considered crimes against people because of their sexual orientation or gender identity as hate crimes....