Two youths are suing the University of Missouri Health System for stopping gender-affirming treatments for transgender minors.
Washington, D.C. ranked fourth among the most tattoo-happy U.S. states, while Montana came in dead last at 51.
Two Democrats introduced a resolution requiring the House to vote on expelling U.S. Rep. George Santos from Congress within 48 hours.
Georgia's Houston County is appealing a ruling finding its employee health plan exclusion on transition-related surgery is unconstitutional.
"You have no rights. This is Qatar," authorities told a gay flight attendant who had been arrested for wearing makeup.
Ryan Basye painted one of his properties in rainbow colors to appease his daughters and troll an anti-gay neighbor.
"All children are children of God. That's what my faith teaches me," Governor Andy Beshear told MSNBC's Jen Psaki.
Fox News seeks to rile up conservatives with a segment lamenting Target's sale of "gay nutcracker" and "Black disabled Santa" figurines.
A New Jersey college received death threats after a transgender student athlete broke a women's school swimming record.
A proposed law in Florida would bar employers from recognizing transgender identities and effectively force LGBTQ nonprofits to shutter.
McGreevey, who resigned over threat of a sexual harassment suit from a male aide, plays up a redemption narrative in his return to politics.
The suspect claimed he shot the victims, a gay man and transgender woman, in self-defense following a sexual encounter gone wrong.
On Friday night, members of D.C.'s trans community rallied to remember the dead and call for more funding and support services.
Under pressure from a court, the city of Murfreesboro has removed homosexuality from a local law's definition of "indecent" behavior.
A recent study by Clever ranked 50 cities from most to least LGBTQ-friendly. (Spoiler: D.C. came in at number 24.)