Brian Brown wants the Commission on Unalienable Rights to promote the "natural family"
"This is an attempt to pull back a U.S. human rights vision that we've had for decades"
Senators say refusal to acknowledge Pride month calls into question U.S. commitment to LGBTQ rights abroad
"Natural law" is frequently used by anti-LGBTQ organizations to justify discrimination
UN rights chief warns that political extremism and intolerance are rising, as government cracks down on LGBTQ people
Seven countries signed the statement, which reiterates the importance of protecting LGBTQ people
America's top leaders have remained shamefully silent on matters of global LGBTQ persecution.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is calling on Chechen authorities to investigate reports of anti-gay persecution, and “if true,” put a stop...
Recognizing the reality of being an LGBTQ refugee in America
The $265,000 transgender rights campaign will appear on public transportation, phone booths, and local newspapers.
“Interacting with an LGBTQ student is the same as interacting with all students,” says Tina Bradley, a teacher at Ballou STAY High School, an alternative...
The D.C. Council on Tuesday passed a bill repealing an act of Congress known as the Armstrong Amendment, which carves out an exemption to sexual...
Gambian President Yahya Jammeh has signed into law a bill which mandates life sentences for “aggravated homosexuality” and targets “serial offenders” and people with HIV...
“The international community and civil society are closely following the developments in India and are urging not to discriminate against homosexuality in India.” — Sarah...
“Under international law, stoning people to death constitutes torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment and is thus clearly prohibited.” — Rupert...