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A federal judge ruled against an Indiana teacher who resigned rather than agree to call trans students by their preferred names and pronouns.
A new "conscience" provision signed into law in Ohio allows medical providers to refuse to perform procedures based on religious objections.
A Colorado judge has fined a bakery $500 for refusing to bake a birthday cake for a woman after finding out she is transgender.
South Dakota Gov. Krisi Noem has signed a religious refusal bill allowing businesses and individuals to deny services to LGBTQ people.
A California woman threatened "terrorism" against D.C.'s Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School for publishing same-sex wedding announcements.
Justice says condoning same-sex nuptials has fueled "intolerance" towards people with "unpopular religious beliefs"
Court's continued erosion of reproductive rights could enable employers to deny insurance coverage to LGBTQ employees
Government argues that Philadelphia's decision to cut ties with Catholic Social Services was religious discrimination
Jon Bailey insists he's within his right to post the signs, which reflect his religious beliefs, on his property
Teacher is accused of failing a trans student, lowering an atheist student's grade, and proselytizing to her class
People point to Mississippi's anti-LGBTQ "religious freedom" statutes as opening the door to other types of discrimination
Openly gay Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg took a swipe at Vice President Mike Pence’s purported religious beliefs and moral values, wondering aloud how he...
Rider University banned the chain restaurant from campus over its apparent anti-LGBTQ history
Pastor John Piper calls girlfriend's beliefs that homosexuality is not a sin a "deal-breaker" leading to "eternal destruction"
Book casts vice presidential bunny's namesake as a gay rabbit who marries another male rabbit