Case marks the fourth federal appeal asking courts to declare that gay or lesbian employees are protected by Title VII
Lodging owner believes same-sex relationships are "detestable" and "defile our land"
Court overrules its prior precedent in 10-3 decision ruling in favor of a deceased skydiving instructor's estate
Marsha Wetzel was harassed and physically assaulted by other residents when they discovered she was a lesbian
First-of-its-kind survey highlights the positive effect that offering paid leave could have on LGBTQ people and their families
The Virginia General Assembly has defeated a bevy of bills that deal with bias-motivated crimes, particularly those that target LGBTQ victims, even as the number...
Court finds that existence of anti-LGBTQ discrimination does not negate a claim of sex-based discrimination
On Tuesday, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who became the city’s first Asian-American mayor in 2011, died of a heart attack. According to the San Francisco...
Rejection of Jameka Evans' case leaves a split among circuit courts as to whether Title VII protects LGBTQ people
The U.S. General Services Administration has become the latest federal agency to be accused of removing mentions or references to sexual orientation and gender identity...
The Morgantown, W.V., City Council has unanimously adopted an ordinance amending the Human Rights Commission to include language protecting various characteristics including sexual orientation and...
Jameka Evans believes she was fired for not conforming to gender stereotypes
On Tuesday, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard the case of a deceased skydiver who had sued his former employer for firing him...
A conservative Christian group is protesting the San Antonio Independent School District’s recent decision to add “gender identity,” “gender expression,” and “sexual orientation” to its...
The Human Rights Campaign and GLAAD are outraged after media outlets reported on a study by a professor affiliated with Stanford University that claims that...