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A trans prsioner in D.C. Jail has been moved to a women's unit, but her class-action lawsuit challening DOC's housing policy will continue.
Pro-LGBTQ laws are the first passed since a 2017 moratorium imposed as part of repealing the HB 2 "bathroom bill"
The Queens apartment complex fulfills a 30-year dream for its owner, transgender activist Ceyenne Doroshow.
In November, Ritchie Torres will likely become the first gay Afro-Latino elected to Congress. He knows firsthand the stakes for democracy couldn’t be higher.
Church-sponsored ministry seeks to link LGBTQ clients with financial and logistical support as they apply for asylum
Bill also requires prison officials to use correct names and pronouns in all interactions with trans and nonbinary inmates
Casa Ruby's founder isn't backing down from the challenges posed by the coronavirus. Instead, Ruby Corado is facing it head-on
Lawsuit alleges being housed in men's prisons puts trans female inmates at risk of rape and abuse
Thousands of self-described "dykes" will rally to protest the displacement of low-income people by gentrification
Supporting and Mentoring Youth Advocates and Leaders, the LGBTQ youth advocacy organization for the D.C. area, has announced they will open a second house for...
Lawmakers in Arizona have introduced a comprehensive bill that would protect LGBTQ state residents from various forms of discrimination. Senate Bill 1249 would update the...
Poll results underscore that anti-LGBTQ Virginia House Republicans are out of step with their own constituents
Policy change was prompted by a lawsuit claiming female inmates are "threatened" by the mere presence of transgender women
Last week, American Civil Liberties Union announced the terms of a proposed settlement with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s office that would change how GBTI...
Ordinance, backed by mayor, prohibits discrimination in housing, public accommodations, and employment