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Curtis Galloway shares experience to justify support for bipartisan bill banning conversion therapy
Justices Thomas and Alito claim same-sex marriage violates religious liberty and the court bypassed the democratic process in its 2015 decision.
Letter's signatories say they know firsthand the "terrible emotional and spiritual damage" that conversion therapy can cause
Board of Commissioners makes Covington the first city in Kentucky to ban the practice
Bill would also apply to veterans discharged for "medical reasons" in an attempt to hide their LGBTQ identity
Whitefield Academy said the photo was the latest in a series of "lifestyle violations"
Dawn Gentry faces nine charges of misconduct, including engaging in sexual relations with a male lover and a female court employee
Bill would allow cisgender students to sue school districts if they find themselves sharing facilities with transgender students
Chelsey Nelson claims LGBTQ nondiscrimination law could force her to violate her beliefs by photographing same-sex weddings
Four LGBTQ stories you need to know now
Ad claims Andy Beshear's support of LGBTQ equality will lead to a flood of men playing in women's sports
Superintendent claims there was a "miscommunication" after students were cited for alleged dress code violations
6th Circuit also ruled that Kentucky must pay $224,000 in legal fees to couples who sued
Recent laws in Alabama, Georgia, and other states may carry significant consequences, particularly for transgender individuals
Davis claims she went to jail to defend state's ban on gay marriage, even though it had been overturned by Supreme Court