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Collective Action for Safe Spaces and Harriet's Wildest Dreams accuse bar of seeking to evade accountability and protect its bottom line.
A new U.S. Senate resolution apologizes for decades of discrimination against LGBTQ military personnel and federal civilian employees.
Protesters gathered outside Nellie's Sports Bar, reiterating calls for a boycott of the bar after a Black woman was dragged down the stairs by security.
College Democrats apologize for "distress" caused by accusations, while insisting they were unaware of any plot to derail Morse campaign
Jordan Kirk believes he was the victim of discrimination because he is a man carrying a purse
La Porte councilman made comments in response to a request for additional resources for marginalized groups
State Rep. Al Jacquet issues apology for using slur, but challenger Omari Hardy dismisses it as "damage control"
More than a year after stepping down from hosting the 2019 Oscars ceremony due to several anti-gay tweets he made, comedian Kevin Hart is finally...
Mike Hill says he regrets the "tone" of his response to question about introducing a bill to put gay people to death
Apology marks reversal for New York Police Department, which had previously refused to admit wrongdoing
Carbon Hill Mayor Mark Chambers made the comments while airing complaints about the direction of society
Clerk denied Dylan Toften and Thomas Hurd's marriage license, citing religious objections to same-sex marriage
Porn kingpin laments that MSNBC host Reid has not been fired for anti-gay blog posts, while Roseanne Barr lost her show for racist tweets
Israel Folau wrote an op-ed stating "people’s lives are not for me to judge. Only God can do that."
Advertisers are abandoning the Fox News host, who has a long anti-LGBTQ history, after she mocked the Parkland survivor