Governor Kay Ivey signed a bill expanding the state's existing restrictions on transgender athletes to apply to collegiate-level sports.
LEGO is the latest company to be targeted by social conservatives over false claims that it marketed pro-LGBTQ products to children.
The LGBTQ educational advocacy group GLSEN is under fire for to its partnership with Target, currently the subject of a right-wing boycott.
The president of Uganda has signed a bill imposing lifelong imprisonment, and, in some cases, the death penalty, for same-sex relations.
A Republican state senator's defection leaves Louisiana as the only state in the Deep South without a ban on gender-affirming care.
A New York woman has been charged with leaving threatening messages, promising to shoot up four Denver-area LGBTQ businesses.
Hayley Kiyoko, Rina Sawayama and Monet X Change will join a talented lineup of artists performing at the Capital Pride Concert on June 11.
Right-wing podcaster Candace Owens has embraced boycotting Target and making it uncomfortable for Americans to be associated with the brand.
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs vetoed a measure that would have prohibited schools from referring to transgender youth by their preferred pronouns.
Target has removed some Pride-themed merchandise after receiving threats, but LGBTQ groups accuse the company of "caving" to extremists.
Malaysian authorities raided nearly a dozen Swatch stores to confiscate watches from the company's "Pride Collection."
Capital Pride has announced its Pride Hero awardees for 2023.
Hamburger Mary's is suing Florida over a law to restrict drag performances, claiming it violates the restaurant's First Amendment rights.
Maryland Del. Joe Vogel, 26, would become the state's first openly gay Latino and Jewish member of Congress if elected next year.
Victim claims security guard forced himself upon her in a bar's single-stall bathroom, but he claims the encounter was consensual.