LGBTQ advocates are urging the FDA to eliminate the deferral period for gay and bisexual blood donors
Sen. Brad Hoylman was previously turned away from donating blood because he is a married gay man
Specific questions would force Kamala Harris and Mike Pence to be candid about their stances on LGBTQ issues
Bill would shift donation guidelines from a sexual orientation-based deferral period to an individual risk assessment
Kayleigh McEnany defends president's record on LGBTQ rights, citing decriminalization efforts and relaxed restrictions on gay blood donors
Gay celebrities, both of whom overcame COVID-19 infections, recount being turned away from donating plasma
AGs' letter advises adopting a gender-neutral, behavior-based screening of blood donors
The FDA has reduced its celibacy requirement for gay men wishing to donate blood. Critics say it still discriminates.
Reduced deferral period comes amid concerns of blood and plasma shortages due to COVID-19 pandemic
Critics say allowing gay and bisexual men to donate blood would alleviate shortages amid COVID-19 pandemic
A coalition of liberal interest groups and 130 members of Congress are calling on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to change its current policy...
The British government is considering changing its current one-year deferral period for men who have sex with men (MSM) when it comes to donating blood, reports The...
Both sides of the gay blood ban debate say science should have the final word