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Norway accuses Grindr of sharing profile and location data, but the dating app refutes the claims
Order creates committee to investigate killings of women, including transgender individuals
Former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is on track to become the first out LGBTQ cabinet member confirmed by the Senate
Professor at College of Southern Idaho reportedly said her "convictions" wouldn't allow her to use the correct pronouns
Alice Oseman's popular gay comic Heartstopper will become a live action Netflix series
Eight bishops joined the Tyler Clementi Foundation in sending a message of support to young LGBTQ people
Memo seeks to enforce Supreme Court's finding that LGBTQ people are protected by civil rights laws.
Chance Seneca has pleaded not guilty to a charge of second-degree attempted murder
Elisa Crespo says even anti-trans attacks won't stop her from fighting for working-class New Yorkers.
Brandon Straka allegedly participated in the attempted insurrection and encouraged rioters to attack a police officer.
Campbell told a Texas A&M pep rally that he was proud to attend a school where "men like women and women like men"
Speaker Pelosi, HRC, the Task Force, the Victory Fund are a few organizations celebrating the executive order.
Law professor Suzanne Goldberg, a veteran of Lambda Legal, has a history of fighting for LGBTQ civil rights
Family Research Council's Tony Perkins is not happy about an executive order banning anti-LGBTQ discrimination.
Viiv Healthcare's Cabenuva replaces a traditional daily pill regimen with two injections every month