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Acceptance of homosexuality is generally higher in Western Europe and the Americas, and more affluent nations
First-of-its-kind survey highlights the positive effect that offering paid leave could have on LGBTQ people and their families
Meanwhile, most Democrats think we haven't gone far enough in accepting transgender people
Acceptance of LGBTQ rights has increased among all Muslim subgroups, as it has among Americans overall
One in three Americans believe gays can choose to be straight, according to a segment of a survey rereleased from the Pew Research Center Tuesday....
Major news outlets – even Fox News – are showing increased support for gay marriage, according to a study from the Pew Research Center. The results show...
There may have been some awkward Father’s Day calls yesterday, as only 39 percent of gays and lesbians have told their fathers about their sexual...
Nearly three quarters of Americans – 72 percent – say legal recognition of same-sex marriage is “inevitable,” according to a study released Thursday by the...
Although gay-rights advocates greeted President Obama’s historic declaration of support for marriage equality with jubilation in May, a new poll suggests his support has had...