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Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney reintroduced a bill intended to improve reporting of data on anti-LGBTQ violent crimes.
California will become only the second state in the nation, after Pennsylvania, to collect data on COVID-19's impact on LGBTQ people
Bill would have required all schools to report their policies regarding which restrooms transgender students may access
Human rights advocates are calling on U.S. evening newscasts to cover the ongoing anti-gay persecution in Chechnya, including the imprisonment and execution of LGBTQ people...
A Virginia House subcommittee has defeated a bill that would have considered crimes against people because of their sexual orientation or gender identity as hate crimes....
Brandi Bledsoe is the fourth Cleveland-area transgender woman violently killed in recent years
“One of the things you learn when you get sent to Richmond is that sometimes you have to take the long view,” says Virginia Del. Rip...
More than a hundred activists belonging to the #MyNameIs coalition protested outside Facebook’s headquarters on Monday, claiming that their “real names” policy is discriminatory. The policy allows people...