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California will launch a pilot program to train coroners and medical examiners how to collect LGBTQ data on the victims of violent deaths.
A Missouri teacher resigned after administrators threatened to fire him for hanging up a Pride flag in his classroom.
The Trevor Project has named Lil Nas X as its inaugural Suicide Prevention Advocate of the Year for his LGBTQ and suicide prevention advocacy.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson got sidetracked by Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's bisexuality amid a rant on mask mandates.
A queer woman who previously worked for the Minnesota GOP has accused the former party chair of outing her and verbally abusing her at work.
A federal judge has ruled that the Archdiocese of Indianapolis was within its rights to fire a guidance counselor in a same-sex marriage.
A former Massachusetts school district superintendent claims he was fired without cause for texting with a 21-year-old former town resident.
A Spanish regional court overturned a lower court's decision ordering a bisexual man to pay his wife for "hiding his homosexuality" from her.
Jack Ciattarelli, the Republican nominee for New Jersey governor, says he wants to "roll back" LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum in public schools.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of a florist who refused to provide a same-sex couple with flowers for their wedding.
A transgender hotel employee has sued her former employer and supervisor, alleging they fired her because of her gender identity.
Charlotte City Council member Tariq Bokhari has proposed a "conservative" approach to protecting LGBTQ residents from discrimination.
The Department of Education has said that transgender students have the right to be protected from sex discrimination under federal law.
Google has honored LGBTQ rights pioneer Frank Kameny with a Doodle on June 2, in recognition of June as LGBTQ Pride Month.
The Biden administration will adopt precautions to ensure health care providers and hospitals are not denying care to LGBTQ patients.