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Buttigieg: “There have been times in living memory where you couldn’t have any job in the federal government if you were gay."
Vice President Kamala Harris conducted the ceremony and Buttigieg's husband Chasten held the Bible
Joe Exotic claims he was "too gay" for Donald Trump to pardon him and now hopes that President Joe Biden will do so instead
Human Rights Campaign celebrates the start of what is expected to be "the most pro-equality presidency in history"
A four-course feast celebrating inaugurations past, delivered to your door
Biden's transportation secretary nominee referenced proposing to husband Chasten at O'Hare Airport
Jean-Pierre is part of an all-female White House communications team
Biden's victory ends four years of Donald Trump's assault on LGBTQ equality
The former Vice President's calm demeanor, LGBTQ support, and ability to empathize make him our choice to lead the nation out of the pandemic
LGBTQ advocates lament missed opportunities to draw contrasts between Trump-Pence and Biden-Harris agendas
Specific questions would force Kamala Harris and Mike Pence to be candid about their stances on LGBTQ issues
81% of LGBTQ likely voters say they are more motivated to vote this year than in recent elections
North Carolina Rev. Patrick Wooden also claims Harris "took pride in locking up Black folk" as California attorney general
LGBTQ comic treasure Leslie Jordan talks about life, religion, the pandemic, and the perils of his very Southern accent.
California senator is a strong supporter of LGBTQ rights and would make history if elected