People point to Mississippi's anti-LGBTQ "religious freedom" statutes as opening the door to other types of discrimination
The How to Get Away with Murder star shines in the masterfully-written drama at the Kennedy Center
Recent crimes against men perceived to be gay have cast light on the refusal of lawmakers to amend the law
Ordinance, backed by mayor, prohibits discrimination in housing, public accommodations, and employment
A new study estimates that approximately 78,000 transgender people in eight crucial states will be eligible to vote in the upcoming 2018 elections, but will...
The city of Starkville initially rejected a permit that would have allowed the first Pride parade to take place
Roots rocker Paul Thorn got bit by the gospel bug and is on a mission to spread the musical joy
A lower court had previously ruled that an anonymous sperm donor's parental rights trumped those of a lesbian mother
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation has released two ads that will air in Mississippi designed to familiarize people with fellow Southerners who belong to the...
Officials in Starkville, Miss., have reversed course, voting to approve a permit for the first-ever Pride Parade in the city’s history. The Board of Aldermen...
After a 4-3 vote denied the parade, acclaimed LGBTQ lawyer Roberta Kaplan will represent the group
LGBTQ legal organization files request to substitute husband's nephew as plaintiff after husband's death
Decision not to hear case means plaintiffs must restart case, finding victims injured by law since it took effect in October
A Mississippi law that allows government officials and businesses to refuse service to LGBTQ individuals will force two college baseball teams to miss at least...
The law allows religious individuals and businesses to discriminate against LGBTQ people