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A federal judge has sentenced a transgender ex-neo-Nazi accused of threatening journalists to time served, saying he's suffered enough.
Wisconsin lawmakers have blocked a rule declaring conversion therapy a form of "unprofessional conduct" for counselors and mental health providers.
Arkansas lawmakers have overridden their own governor's veto of a bill barring transgender youth from accessing gender-affirming treatments.
NCAA Mark Emmert opposes trans athlete bans, but won't say whether states with them will lose opportunities to host championship games.
Man was convicted in 1994 at age 18 for engaging in consensual same-sex relations under now-defunct Idaho law.
Assistant Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said recent bills targeting the trans community are motivated by fear and misunderstanding.
An FDA-funded study seeks to develop screening tools that could lead to the end of a blanket deferral period for gay and bi male blood...
6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals restores professor's lawsuit over being compelled to refer to student using female pronouns
The Pentagon has issued new guidance allowing transgender military members to serve openly and obtain gender-affirming health care.
Several dozen LGBTQ students and alumni have sued the Education Department over Title IX exemptions for religiously affiliated colleges.
South Dakota's governor signed two executive orders seeking to ban trans female athletes from competing in girls' and women's sports.
Arkansas is poised to become the first state to penalize doctors who prescribe gender-affirming medical treatments to trans youth.
Civil and LGBTQ rights groups are denouncing the arrest of a Black queer lawmaker for "disrupting" the signing of a voter-restriction bill.
National and local organizations will hold various events on Wednesday, March 31, to mark the International Transgender Day of Visibility.
An amendment repealing Missouri's gay marriage ban was defeated because lawmakers on the committee of origin failed to even raise the issue.