The U.S. House Ways and Means Committee has unanimously approved a bill designed to remedy unequal treatment that married same-sex couples were previously subjected to...
Senators say refusal to acknowledge Pride month calls into question U.S. commitment to LGBTQ rights abroad
Lawsuit alleges HHS knowingly allowed Catholic entities to receive federal grants while discriminating against same-sex couples
Lawsuit argues that the exemption violates federal law and threatens patients' ability to access health care
Apology marks reversal for New York Police Department, which had previously refused to admit wrongdoing
Nikko Briteramos will share his story via a public education campaign to educate black business owners about HIV discrimination
LGBTQ employees worry about losing promotion opportunities or even their job if they come out
HHS-granted waiver allows agencies to turn away same-sex couples and others based on agencies' religious beliefs
Percentage of those experiencing harassment or violence rises to nearly 3 in 5 among trans women or femmes
As a deaf LGBTQ person, DiMarco is highlighting the importance of the Act as a member of two marginalized communities
Boys were allegedly told "your kind are not welcome here" before being told to leave
GLAAD calls congressman's concerns about religious liberties a "false flag" and urges him to vote for the bill
Lawmakers table an anti-trans student restroom bill and an anti-gay adoption bill that were part of the "Slate of Hate"
Gov. Kim Reynolds has been heavily criticized for not removing the discriminatory provision
Speaker Pelosi criticized a new rule that would allow healthcare providers to deny care based on religious objections