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Dolly Parton may -- or may not -- speak out against anti-LGBT legislation at this Friday's North Carolina concert
Several musicians have cancelled tours in response to hateful legislation in North Carolina and Mississippi
Texas, Alabama, Wisconsin and others aren't happy about trans student restroom guidance
"Sometimes it's hard to be a woman, especially when you were born a man."
On Monday evening, the Charlotte City Council stood firm against calls for them to reverse course and rescind their city’s LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance, but that...
It’s the potential “compromise” that seems premised on the idea of the LGBT community and its allies doing more of the compromising. According to the Charlotte...
Congressional Caucus releases video in observation of International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia
Sanders, Clinton and Trump voters all support LGBT rights
The Obama administration has taken its firmest stance in favor of transgender rights after the U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against the state...
Lawsuit comes decision day for Tar Heel State to announce whether they'll continue to defend HB 2
North Carolina’s Republican officials responsible for pushing through the state’s discriminatory HB 2 law responded to a letter from the U.S. Department of Justice telling...
The NCAA Board of Governors has added a new requirement for all cities hoping to host or bidding to host various NCAA sporting events, in...
Amid British travel warnings and boycott threats, businesses are experiencing the consequences of anti-LGBT laws
President's comments go on record against anti-LGBT laws, as he attempts to allay British travelers' concerns
People are losing hope for the future in the wake of anti-trans legislation, according to hotline co-founder