- The Magazine
West Virginia state officials have been sued over a law barring trans athletes from competing in sports based on their gender identity.
President Joe Biden recognized June as LGBTQ Pride Month and pledged his administration's commitment to fighting for LGBTQ equality.
Newsmax host Grant Stinchfield apparently isn't a fan of Kellogg's Together with Pride cereal, claiming it will 'confuse' children
Chad Sanford, 13, says her life at Deerfield Beach Middle School is a "living hell" after being repeatedly bullied since last year
Swastika stickers reading "We Are Everywhere" were plastered on the doors and windows of a Jewish museum and a gay bar in Anchorage.
A Georgia homeowner says he found several anti-gay slurs and offensive messages scratched into his car earlier this week.
Some Texas Republicans are so intent on banning trans athletes from sports, they want Gov. Greg Abbott to call an extra legislative session.
Four families of transgender youth have sued Arkansas state officials in order to overturn a ban on gender-affirming health care.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill barring the use of the so-called LGBTQ "panic" defense by people accused of murder.
The New Orleans Police Department has denied allegations that it withdrew a job offer from a prospective recruit because he was transgender.
DC Black Pride is co-hosting a virtual edition of its annual "Unity Ball" on May 27, as part of its "12 Months of Black Pride"...
Most Americans support allowing transgender people to serve in the military, but say they should compete in sports based on biological sex.
Georgia high school tells trans student they won't use his preferred name during graduation, despite printing it in the yearbook
LGBTQ advocates slammed 60 Minutes and called the segment “shameful,” “horrible,” and “anti-trans propaganda”
Elliot Page posted his first topless photo since coming out as transgender and revealing he'd had top surgery