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HRC has fired its former president, Alphonso David, following an investigation into his role in the Andrew Cuomo sexual harassment scandal.
Russian cadets pretended to crush a gay man to death during a live performance
Six men in Bangladesh believed to be part of a militant Islamic group will receive the death penalty for hacking an LGBTQ activist to death.
Chicago Pride organizers have canceled this year's parade, saying they were "naïve" to think enough people would get vaccinated
Ford Germany took its Very Gay Raptor truck to Cologne Pride after a homophobe called a blue paint color "very gay"
A federal appeals court ruled North Carolina can be sued over prohibitions on coverage for gender-affirming care in its employee health plan.
The Trevor Project has named Lil Nas X as its inaugural Suicide Prevention Advocate of the Year for his LGBTQ and suicide prevention advocacy.
Following discoveries by a research committee, Colonial Williamsburg plans to introduce reenactments and other programming on LGBTQ history.
Bryan Ruby, a minor league journeyman, has become the only out gay professional baseball player at any level in the sport.
A Nashville-area venue refused to host the wedding of a gay couple, citing the owner's "religious beliefs" opposing same-sex marriage.
The CW has ordered a full series of "Tom Swift," a "Nancy Drew" spinoff about a Black, gay, billionaire inventor
A transgender man says lifeguards at a Manhattan Equinox gym tried to stop him from entering the swimming pool because of his attire.
Kristin Pritzen has been prevented from teaching after conservative outcry over a TikTok video about the Pride flag
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued a proclamation declaring September 1 as “The Ask Rayceen Show” Day, a day set aside to honor Rayceen Pendarvis,...
Twenty Republican-led states have sued the Biden administration over pro-transgender guidance from federal agencies.