The bill would require a unit on LGBTQ history to be taught in all public schools in the state
A new bill would require Illinois schools to teach a unit on LGBTQ history and social contributions
Illinois AG candidate Erika Harold reportedly made the comments at a beauty pageant in 2000
A coalition of liberal-leaning organizations is banding together to defeat a conservative Democrat in a Chicago-area U.S. House district who has amassed a long, and...
The Land of Lincoln is at the forefront of LGBTQ rights, so why is there so much anti-LGBTQ sentiment emerging?
Social conservatives object to a parade, even though organizers say the content will be "G-rated"
Rep. Jeanne Ives' widely derided campaign ad mocks transgender people, immigrants and women's rights
Jeanne Ives' campaign ad criticizes Illinois' governor for trans restroom access, immigrants, and women's rights
Judge Jorge Alonso rebuts claims that students' privacy is violated by presence of trans peers in locker rooms
Both measures hope to bring a greater degree of equality to LGBTQ Illinoisans
Lawmakers in the Illinois House and Senate are weighing two pro-LGBTQ measures, and have sent a third to the desk of Gov. Bruce Rauner to...
A Republican lawmaker in Colorado says that not allowing Christian business owners to discriminate against LGBT customers is the cultural equivalent of the Islamic State...
The Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) board of directors has withdrawn its endorsement of one of the few pro-LGBT Republicans in the U.S. Senate after he...
Trans advocates hope federal judge won't grant an injunction barring "Student A" from the girls' locker room
Sponsor of anti-gay constitutional amendment says protecting religious freedom is better for business