A federal court has ruled that the U.S. Social Security Administration violated the constitutional rights of same-sex widowers whose claims for survivor’s benefits were denied...
An estimated 293,000 same-sex weddings have taken place since the Supreme Court's 2015 ruling
LGBTQ Americans shouldn't rejoice, as the 2020 platform will likely be "the most conservative in history"
LGBTQ-friendly bars and restaurants have adapted to cope with the pandemic, and are all eager to get back to a "new normal"
Non-LGBTQ Americans are more likely to support LGBTQ relatives and equal rights if they have been exposed to LGBTQ-inclusive media
The Pennsylvania state representative alleges a Republican colleague tested positive and did not inform Democrats.
Author of "The Normal Heart" was one of the most ferocious LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS activists
Cooper created the first openly gay Star Trek character and Marvel's first lesbian lead character
Nile Rodgers said Ross "didn’t understand" that coming out "was a gay thing"
Club Tabu in Lansing wasn't adhering to social distancing, with one health official saying, "No way they are 6 feet apart"
Local organization is distributing "senior care kits" and food packages to vulnerable LGBTQ community members
Transgender and nonbinary youth report higher instances of discrimination, threats, and physical harm
Senators say more data on COVID-19's impact on LGBTQ people is needed to ensure an appropriate response
Christopher Keys told family he was kidnapped, rather than admit he was meeting a man from Craigslist, police say
Longtime Bronx politician has established a record as one of the fiercest opponents of LGBTQ rights