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Capital Pride scales up its earlier plans in light of the mayor's recent re-opening announcement.
The Log Cabin Republicans of Tennessee issued a press release mocking the outrage over the defeat of a resolution in the Tennessee legislature honoring country...
Bar owners are excited but awaiting further guidance about the District's plan to end COVID-19 restrictions on June 11.
A prisoner in D.C. Jail has filed a class action lawsuit challenging a policy that places transgender female inmates in men's units.
Ellen DeGeneres called it a creative decision, saying her eponymous daytime show is "not a challenge anymore."
LGBTQ mutant Somnus has the power to control others' dreams and will debut in Marvel's Voices: Pride #1 in June
Texas State Rep. Harold Sutton Jr. revived a bill to bar trans athletes from competing in sports to retaliate against fellow Democrats.
Seattle Police Department refused an "appreciation dinner" invitation from Franklin Graham in solidarity with the force's LGBTQ officers.
A private Christian school in Missouri reportedly required teachers to expel gay students in order to keep their jobs
Rob McElhenney called his two moms a "great gift" in a spotlight for GLAAD, adding that he was "so proud" of them
Dozens of priests coordinated to bless gay couples' unions, defying a Vatican decree on "sinful" same-sex marriages
California pastor Megan Rohrer has become the first transgender bishop in the Lutheran Church, and in a major U.S. Christian denomination.
The Biden administration will adopt precautions to ensure health care providers and hospitals are not denying care to LGBTQ patients.
Marjorie Taylor Greene and Tucker Carlson debated whether Kevin McCarthy is a top or bottom during a discussion of the Republican leader
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte has signed a third anti-LGBTQ bill into law, imposing restrictions on which sports transgender athletes can play.