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As the Taliban resumes power in Afghanistan, many LGBTQ people in the country are hoping to flee to avoid being executed for homosexuality.
Two Loudoun County teachers want to join a fellow teacher's lawsuit to block the county's pro-transgender school policies from taking effect.
Many transgender people face mistreatment or a lack of competency when seeking out LGBTQ-affirming medical care, a new study finds.
The popular content-based subscription site OnlyFans will bar any content showing sexually explicit conduct beginning October 1.
A federal judge has ruled that the Archdiocese of Indianapolis was within its rights to fire a guidance counselor in a same-sex marriage.
An Arkansas man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison after pleading guilty to killing 17-year-old transgender teen Brayla Stone.
Ninety-two percent of LGBTQ-identified adults reported receiving at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to a recent survey.
Hobby Lobby lost a more than decade-long fight to bar a transgender woman from the women's restroom, after Illinois appellate court decision.
Equality Virginia Advocates, endorsed all three Democrats seeking statewide office in the commonwealth this November.
Two transgender men have sued West Virginia over a state policy that blocks them from changing the gender marker on their birth certificates.
James Hormel, who became the first openly gay U.S. ambassador in 1999, passed away at age 88 in San Francisco.
Trans activist Earline Budd will hold a 63rd birthday gala honoring local community leaders and raising money for ETC's LGBTQ Burial Fund.
A New Hampshire school board member was caught on video last month hurling homophobic slurs at police who pulled her over for expired tags.
A Texas mother says she grabbed a man's phone and deleted pictures he had taken of her transgender son walking to the restroom.
The Loudoun County School Board approved a policy laying out guidelines for how transgender children are to be treated in schools.