- The Magazine
The Pentagon has issued new guidance allowing transgender military members to serve openly and obtain gender-affirming health care.
National and local organizations will hold various events on Wednesday, March 31, to mark the International Transgender Day of Visibility.
A coalition of 16 LGBTQ organizations has launched the Freedom and Opportunity for All campaign urging passage of the Equality Act
Sweeping LGBTQ rights legislation is expected to pass the House easily, but faces an uncertain fate in U.S. Senate
Measure seeks to delay surgical interventions so parents can make better-informed decisions about children's health
High court rejects Indiana AG Curtis Hill's challenge to appeals court decision in favor of lesbian couple
Lawsuit contends that the ban is unconstitutional and that Obama-era policy allowing trans people to serve openly was sufficient
Following Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, LGBTQ advocates are looking down the road at the possibility that a 6-3 conservative majority...
Adree Edmo obtained gender confirmation surgery in June after the high court refused to block her from receiving it
LGBTQ recipients are among a list of 116 nonprofits that are doing transformative work on racial, social and environmental justice
A new memo says military has infrastructure in place to rapidly reverse restrictions on transgender service
Lawyers say the granting of "one single waiver" doesn't negate the harm done by the ban on transgender military personnel
Stephens' case could determine whether the Civil Rights Act protects against anti-trans discrimination
Ordinance is crafted to protect against an expected legal challenge from conservative anti-LGBTQ forces
Judge rules prohibition on discussing homosexuality in health class violates LGBTQ students' right to equal protections