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LULAC Lambda has awarded scholarships to two LGBTQ Latino professionals who hope to one day work for the federal government crafting policy.
Critics say revised policy, eliminating references to LGBTQ people and contraceptives, is a "political document"
Merritt Corrigan claims she's a victim of anti-Christian discrimination, targeted by Democrats for her socially conservative beliefs
USAID deputy liaison Merritt Corrigan has railed against liberal democracy, called the U.S. a "homo-empire," and said women belong in the home
International LGBTQ advocates are criticizing the United States for naming a vocal opponent of transgender rights to its official delegation to the United Nations Commission...
Bethany Kozma helped organize a campaign protesting the Obama administration's guidance on trans students
Former United Nations Ambassador and National Security Advisor Susan Rice reiterated the Obama administration’s commitment to advancing LGBT rights at home and abroad in a...