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A federal judge will soon issue a ruling in a lawsuit challenging the D.C. Department of Corrections' policy for housing transgender inmates.
Tyler Titus, seeking to become the country's first transgender county executive, earned a key endorsement from Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf.
A queer woman who previously worked for the Minnesota GOP has accused the former party chair of outing her and verbally abusing her at work.
A coalition of business leaders says Texas loses out on economic opportunities when lawmakers pursue anti-LGBTQ legislation.
OnlyFans has scrapped a planned ban on sexually explicit content after outcry from creators and users
The popular men's spa on 14th Street has reopened with a promotion aimed at attracting 18-to-24-year-olds.
Israel's Health Minister has lifted long-standing restrictions that prevented gay and bisexual men from donating blood.
New York Congressman Ritchie Torres wants the TSA to mandate vaccines for all air travelers arriving in or embarking from the United States.
The bodies of recently married couple Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner were discovered by a friend four days after they were reported missing
Fulton High School in Knoxville allegedly suspended the student, while the bullies escaped without facing repercussions
New York City police are seeking the public's help in finding a man accused of attacking a fellow subway rider in Harlem earlier this month.
An Oregon couple constructed a huge Pride display to protest their local school board's ban on Pride flags and other "divisive" symbols.
As the Taliban resumes power in Afghanistan, many LGBTQ people in the country are hoping to flee to avoid being executed for homosexuality.
Students are demanding that Kim Johnson be removed as a teacher from Morton District 709 High School, alleging years of anti-LGBTQ comments
A conservative Catholic blog claims to have data showing a number of church officials accessing Grindr in the U.S. and at the Vatican