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Bill prohibits criminal defendants from using a victim's LGBTQ status as justification for violence
Virginia seeks to repeal outdated and inequitable laws that unfairly criminalize people living with HIV. It's about time.
A Virginia school board is refusing to give up on its attempts to permanently block transgender students from restrooms and other facilities that don’t match...
Vote is only the first step in a more complicated process to repeal anti-gay amendment
Separate bill also ensures LGBTQ victims of crime can receive justice
A progressive Democrat, Levine would be the first LGBTQ and first Jewish person elected to statewide office in Virginia
As the comic prepares for a two-night stint at The Birchmere, she reflects on the nightmare year 2020.
Former students claim Trinity Schools' policies discriminate against children of same-sex couples and LGBTQ people
A warm recounting of a band of closeted lesbians in rural '80s Virginia in the documentary "Lesbians of First Friday."
Man says staffer outed him to other clients and insisted he list his assigned sex at birth on paperwork
School board insists that barring transgender students from single-sex facilities is needed to protect cisgender students' privacy
Sheriff's office alleges that the men attempted to rob the victim and stole his car after shooting him
A Norfolk wedding photographer is suing the commonwealth of Virginia over a newly-enacted law intended to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination. The photographer, Chris Herring,...
Nicholas F. Benton is launching a nonprofit that will serve as a discussion hub and community resource for LGBTQ Northern Virginians
Freshman congressman loses in a landslide to a self-described "biblical conservative" and immigration hard-liner