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For the fourth time this year, Texas lawmakers will seek to ban transgender athletes from competing in sports based on their gender identity.
Equality Virginia PAC is donating $50,000 to the Virginia House of Delegates' Democratic Caucus ahead of this November's election.
A Missouri teacher resigned after administrators threatened to fire him for hanging up a Pride flag in his classroom.
The Board of Whitman-Walker Health System has tapped Dr. Ryan Moran, formerly of MedStar Health, to be its new CEO, starting on Nov. 1.
Police have arrested one suspect and are searching for another in relation to an anti-gay assault and robbery inside a Brooklyn bodega last Saturday.
A historical exhibit on Kansas City's LGBTQ community was removed from the Missouri State Capitol, though LBGTQ advocates question why.
A federal judge has ruled that a Catholic school was wrong to fire a lay, secular employee for marrying his same-sex partner.
A gay California Democrat set up a public profile on Grindr to encourage users to vote against recalling Gov. Gavin Newsom on September 14.
Nearly 1 in 10 LGBTQ people fear they'll be evicted within the next two months due to financial instability, according to a recent survey.
HRC has fired its former president, Alphonso David, following an investigation into his role in the Andrew Cuomo sexual harassment scandal.
Russian cadets pretended to crush a gay man to death during a live performance
Six men in Bangladesh believed to be part of a militant Islamic group will receive the death penalty for hacking an LGBTQ activist to death.
A federal appeals court ruled North Carolina can be sued over prohibitions on coverage for gender-affirming care in its employee health plan.
The Trevor Project has named Lil Nas X as its inaugural Suicide Prevention Advocate of the Year for his LGBTQ and suicide prevention advocacy.
Following discoveries by a research committee, Colonial Williamsburg plans to introduce reenactments and other programming on LGBTQ history.