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A trans plaintiff suing the Georgia Department of Corrections is seeking an injunction to stop prison officials from retaliating against her.
Several dozen LGBTQ students and alumni have sued the Education Department over Title IX exemptions for religiously affiliated colleges.
A new survey finds LGBTQ students at Christian colleges are more likely to experience harassment, assault, and other harms than their peers.
Michael Challans says his neighbor's anti-Trump flag prompted him to confront the man using profanities and anti-gay slurs
Finland claimed bullying, threats, and physical violence against child and his family did not amount to persecution.
Man launched into homophobic rant after gay couple asked neighbors to keep down the noise from a party next door
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has called on New York's Hate Crimes Task Force to investigate alleged bias-motivated attack
Justice says condoning same-sex nuptials has fueled "intolerance" towards people with "unpopular religious beliefs"
Linda Dominguez claims cops mocked her, forced her to wear pink handcuffs in custody, and charged her with "false personation"
Trans people may lack accurate identity documents, encounter hostile poll workers, and even be threatened with violence
Aria DiMezzo has campaign signs reading "Fuck the Police" and says she'd fire deputies accused of brutality or misconduct
Shaun Simmons claims he was demoted and denied accommodations after telling supervisors about his pregnancy
Fox settled with the staffer, but Guilfoyle called the allegations "patently false"
Melissa Hart claims administrators harassed her 17-year-old daughter for being in a relationship with another female student
Karla Bello claims prison officials misgendered her and denied her access to hormones, violating her Eighth Amendment rights