Several men and women have been detained in Russia’s Chechnya region on suspicion of being gay, signaling yet another renewal of efforts to purge the...
LGBTQ advocates demand "thorough" investigation into deaths and call on politicians to donate money from Ed Buck to charity
Facebook "privately sought advice" on policy decisions from the founder of the hate group Family Research Council
Whitman-Walker is splitting into five connected entities, to better deliver its services and to secure its long-term future.
Despite complaint, district policy prohibits transgender students from using restrooms matching their gender identity
Owners of Brush and Nib Studio say Phoenix's nondiscrimination ordinance violates their First Amendment rights
Democrats in the legislature are expected to pass a similar measure banning the practice statewide
HRC-backed Democrat wins by nearly 40 points over former Republican lawmaker
All three cases raise question of whether LGBTQ people are protected by the Civil Rights Act
State lawmakers plan to push for comprehensive nondiscrimination bill in the upcoming legislative session
The public defenders assigned to Andrew Vrba's case say they're busy working on other murder cases for the next 20 months
Lawsuit claims jail staff ignored warnings and denied Markus Middleton medically necessary mental health treatment
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) has signed an executive order prohibiting discrimination against LGBTQ people in state employment, public services, and state contracting. The order,...
Dmitry Rogozin has criticized support for equality, even calling Madonna a "whore" for supporting LGBTQ rights
Report targets Republican senators for complicity in allowing unqualified or biased nominees to be confirmed