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Montana's governor signs law requiring trans people to prove they've undergone surgery in order to change their birth certificates.
Deadpool is pansexual in Marvel's comics, but portrayed as heterosexual in films
The AMA has warned governors that restricting trans youths' access to gender-affirming medical care could have harmful consequences.
Director Enrico Casarosa has rejected comparisons between Pixar's upcoming Luca and 2017 gay drama Call Me By Your Name
Police are searching for a man who punched another man in a New York City CVS while yelling anti-gay slurs
The Supreme Court rejected an attempt by Texas to sue California for imposing a ban on state-funded travel to states with anti-LGBTQ laws.
The CDC has found that more than 4 in 10 transgender women in major U.S. cities have tested positive for HIV.
Lt. Adam Adamski, an openly gay Navy pilot, no longer feels "part of the military" after he was "segregated" by homophobia
Two-thirds of gay teenagers are out to their parents, according to a new study, the highest percentage ever recorded
New Jersey educator Michael Smurro has apologized for throwing beer on other diners after his wife ranted about a transgender woman
Dr. Tyler Titus, a school board member from Erie, Pa., is seeking to become the first openly trans county executive in U.S. history.
Adea Danielle and Tay Scheider say their TikTok accounts were removed for posting transgender content, but the social network refutes that.
Following through on an earlier promise, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice signed a law banning trans athletes from competing in women's sports.
Kelly Tshibaka blamed homosexuality on childhood abuse and endorsed Exodus International's "ex-gay" conversion therapy efforts.
Alabama's governor has signed a bill to eliminate anti-LGBTQ lanauge from sex education standards being used in public schools.