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Gay lawmakers want the New York State Thruway Authority to prevent Chick-fil-A from opening restaurants, citing anti-LGBTQ donations
Gay dads allege that Albert Shanker School administrators dismissed complaints after their son was allegedly called anti-gay slurs and repeatedly bullied
New York has passed a law allowing trans and nonbinary New Yorkers to change their names and gender markers on vital documents and state IDs.
Police are searching for a man who punched another man in a New York City CVS while yelling anti-gay slurs
A wedding photographer is seeking to overturn New York's LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination law, claiming it offends her religious beliefs.
The Naked Cowboy, real name Robert Burck, didn't respond well to being arrested for panhandling
Order seeks to prevent same-sex couples from being forced to shoulder burdensome out-of-pocket expenses
Don Champion alleges that two executives at a CBS New York affiliate targeted him for being "too gay"
Police are investigating after a man poured gasoline on OnlyFans star Matthew Camp's porch and lit it on fire
New York law previously put calling someone gay on par with accusing them of a heinous crime
New York City's Father George Rutler allegedly watched a video of two men while a security guard filmed him
Jones said he was proud to be "part of the boldest, most diverse Congress in American history"
Mondaire Jones becomes first openly gay Black member of Congress
Lawsuit claims supervisors refused to recognize his gender identity or stop a fellow employee from claiming him as "her property"
Commission is comprised of family, friends, and colleagues of Ginsburg's, as well as civil rights leaders