Six out of seven nations surveyed found honor killings more acceptable than homosexuality
National survey by The Trevor Project finds more than 7 in 10 LGBTQ youth experience discrimination due to their identity
Matt Easton says he's "proud to be a gay son of God"
The group is for LGBTQ Catholics who love their faith, but struggle to reconcile it with their identity
Gender-variant youth report higher levels of harassment or mistreatment at home and at school
State Department of Education's recent guidance on transgender students prioritizes child safety over parental notification
Despite an inclusive Human Rights Ordinance in Jacksonville, there's still work to do to change attitudes in Northeast Florida
Andrew Gilmour called out governments that "propagate" the idea that LGBTQ rights are a Western agenda
The study established measured 141 countries and found correlations between acceptance and a country's freedom and economic performance
Marvia Malik delivered her first news bulletin over the weekend, becoming the country's first openly trans presenter
After a year of Trump and Republican dominance, LGBTQ people are facing decreased acceptance and more discrimination
The Rev. Gregory Greiten hopes to serve as a role model for other priests struggling with their sexual orientation.
Meanwhile, most Democrats think we haven't gone far enough in accepting transgender people
Nearly three dozen openly LGBT people are running for office in District elections
Board votes 5-4 for "Love Loudoun Month" substitute proclamation referencing Orlando anti-LGBT attack