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Hawaii senator questions whether Supreme Court nominee's views on precedent would push her to overturn marriage equality
Amy Coney Barrett calls sexual orientation a "preference" during hearing, but later apologizes for it.
Brennan Suen says his 94-year-old grandmother's love for him overrode her party affiliation
Supreme Court Justices' recent comments are "deeply troubling" for the fate of LGBTQ rights, says Obergefell
Social conservatives celebrate the prospect of Amy Coney Barrett succeeding liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court
One human rights advocate accused the U.S. of suggesting that "too many" LGBTQ people are "asserting their rights"
The 48-year old appeals judge is on record criticizing courts for ruling in favor of marriage equality and transgender rights
Democratic nominee pledges commitment to LGBTQ community if elected, vowing to be an "ally of the light, not the darkness."
Deputy Executive Director Kierra Johnson to replace Carey starting Feb. 1
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.
Poll finds that 60% of voters also support barring trans individuals from amending their birth certificates
Misleading ads equate Democrats' support for Equality Act with "forcing" medical care on transgender youth
Church-sponsored ministry seeks to link LGBTQ clients with financial and logistical support as they apply for asylum
Kayleigh McEnany defends president's record on LGBTQ rights, citing decriminalization efforts and relaxed restrictions on gay blood donors
North Carolina Rev. Patrick Wooden also claims Harris "took pride in locking up Black folk" as California attorney general