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The U.S. Senate made history when it confirmed Dr. Rachel Levine, a transgender woman, as Assistant Secretary of Health at HHS.
Focusing his efforts on inclusion, Greer will serve as the White House's point-person on LGBTQ issues.
Openly gay former mayor makes history as youngest secretary to lead the U.S. Department of Transportation
Former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is on track to become the first out LGBTQ cabinet member confirmed by the Senate
Pennsylvania's Secretary of Health is the first transgender person nominated to a Senate-confirmable position
Former Obama White House staffer will be entrusted with recruiting and vetting more than 4,000 government appointees
LGBTQ organization also wants to see an openly LGBTQ Supreme Court nominee and a more diverse set of appointees
Annise Parker rose to become Houston's first LGBTQ mayor. Now leading the Victory Fund, she's helping others reach even higher.
Annise Parker on her work at the Victory Fund, her time as Mayor of Houston, and her life as a proud, out activist.
“I am absolutely convinced that the ‘rainbow wave’ we saw last year and this year is going to be even bigger next year,” says Annise...
LGBTQ Victory Fund Institute estimates total number of out LGBTQ Trump appointees is "less than 20"
Newly sworn Congress elects LGBTQ ally and Equality Act supporter Nancy Pelosi as Speaker
Out LGBTQ officials, including newly-elected ones, talk about their priorities and balancing the needs of their districts
Florida Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen will receive the inaugural Victory Congressional Ally Award at the LGBTQ Victory Institute’s Pride reception on Capitol Hill on Thursday, June...
It's now up to lawmakers and movement leaders to push for clear, comprehensive laws prohibiting anti-LGBTQ discrimination