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Congressman calls failure of health officials to collect data a form of "systemic homophobia."
Elisa Crespo says even anti-trans attacks won't stop her from fighting for working-class New Yorkers.
Despite the unrest that occurred on Wednesday afternoon after right-wing protesters overran the U.S. Capitol Building, congressional lawmakers ultimately certified the results of the 2020...
Jones said he was proud to be "part of the boldest, most diverse Congress in American history"
In this week's issue, we talk to Sarah McBride and Brian Sims about the 2020 election and its historic wins.
On Election Day, LGBTQ voters showed up in droves, helping LGBTQ candidates win several important victories.
Mondaire Jones becomes first openly gay Black member of Congress
The openly gay Bronx Councilmember will be one of the more progressive members of Congress
In November, Ritchie Torres will likely become the first gay Afro-Latino elected to Congress. He knows firsthand the stakes for democracy couldn’t be higher.
An interview with Ritchie Torres, who will likely become the first gay Afro-Latino elected to Congress. Plus arts, news, photos, more!
Sergeants Benevolent Association attacks Democratic nominee for Congress for calling for investigation into alleged slowdown
Certification of results was delayed by record number of absentee ballots that overwhelmed New York election officials
City Councilmember leads fellow Councilmember Ruben Diaz Sr., who has become known for his outspoken anti-LGBTQ views
Cooper says Ruben Diaz, Sr., has repeatedly "come after" LGBTQ community and tried to "stifle our fundamental equal rights"
Fears abound that a split among progressives could enable anti-LGBTQ Councilman Ruben Diaz, Sr. to win