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A federal judge ruled against an Indiana teacher who resigned rather than agree to call trans students by their preferred names and pronouns.
Collective Action for Safe Spaces and Harriet's Wildest Dreams accuse bar of seeking to evade accountability and protect its bottom line.
Bar hires Ruby Corado as the Director of Community Engagement, encourages customer feedback, and pledges "to do better."
On Thursday evening, the Fairfax County School Board unanimously adopted an updated Student Rights and Responsibilities document that, for the first time, enumerates essential rights...
Hungary and Poland have been called out by the EU for targeting LGBTQ people with harsh laws and restrictions.
Whitman-Walker Health broke ground on its new health center, slated to open in 2023 on St. Elizabeths Campus East in Southeast D.C.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has signed an executive order to make his state the 21st to ban the practice of conversion therapy on minors.
A West Virginia lawmaker who sponsored an anti-gay bill is being criticized for posting a TikTok video offering graphic advice on oral sex.
WeChat removed accounts for student LGBTQ groups, saying they "violated regulations"
Oxford University has launched a limited trial of the vaccine, which has been developed to target a "broad range" of HIV variants
The Texas Senate passed a pair of bills to bar transgender athletes from competing on sports teams matching their gender identity.
Team DC’s student awardees talk about being out in high school sports, efforts to restrict trans athletes, and what a scholarship means to them.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has released a narrow decision finding a school district's anti-trans restroom policy unconstitutional.
Alexandria gay couple claim they endured anti-gay abuse from neighbor due to ongoing dispute over parking space
Jack Ciattarelli, the Republican nominee for New Jersey governor, says he wants to "roll back" LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum in public schools.