At least seven Republican states are seeking to restrict various aspects of transgender people's lives.
From scandal to murder, bigotry to celebration, it was an eclectic year for LGBTQ news. Here's what grabbed our readers the most.
Republican Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel sent an email to party members apologizing for failing to explain the party's new LGBTQ outreach initiative.
Virginia GOP nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin has been criticized for opposing marriage equality.
President Biden has endorsed Danica Roem, along with 20 other Democrats in key districts, ahead of Virginia's November election.
Caitlyn Jenner says she'll continue to fight for "inclusivity" in the GOP, even though party leaders refused to be seen publicly with her.
Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan says there are enough votes in his chamber to pass a bill barring trans students from certain athletic teams.
For the fourth time this year, Texas lawmakers will seek to ban transgender athletes from competing in sports based on their gender identity.
A historical exhibit on Kansas City's LGBTQ community was removed from the Missouri State Capitol, though LBGTQ advocates question why.
Twenty Republican-led states have sued the Biden administration over pro-transgender guidance from federal agencies.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has asked the Department of Family Protective Services to classify gender-affirming medical care as "child abuse."
There are more transgender elected officials in the United States than LGBTQ Republican officials, according to a Victory Institute report.
On Wednesday, Republicans in the Louisiana House of Representatives failed to amass the number of votes needed to override a veto of a bill that...
Pete Buttigieg criticized Republican lawmakers "whose position basically is that transgender people don't exist."
South Carolina Senate Republicans have balked at an ordinance passed by the Columbia City Council earlier this month that bans the practice of conversion therapy...