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The White House's Pride Month exhibit highlights artefacts from LGBTQ history, including the Stonewall Riots and AIDS epidemic
The Principal Deputy White House Press Secretary is also the first out Black woman to ever hold a briefing
White House said Congress needs to take action on the landmark LGBTQ rights legislation
Former Obama White House staffer will be entrusted with recruiting and vetting more than 4,000 government appointees
Jean-Pierre is part of an all-female White House communications team
HRC criticized First Lady's efforts in light of Donald Trump's anti-LGBTQ attacks
Cooper responded to Donald Trump's White House speech attacking the democratic process
"Residue," "The Way I See It" and "All In" comprise a trio of newly released films well worth everyone's viewing time.
USAID deputy liaison Merritt Corrigan has railed against liberal democracy, called the U.S. a "homo-empire," and said women belong in the home
Mayor Muriel Bowser has also renamed a section of 16th Street to Black Lives Matter Plaza
Randy Rainbow offers a musical parody of Mary Poppins in response to Trump's COVID-19 disinfectant comments
Bishop Harry Jackson has called marriage equality a "Satanic plot" and claimed that gay people are trying to "recruit" children
An SPLC report noted that anti-LGBTQ groups have "become intertwined with the Trump administration"
TruNews' Rick Wiles has a history of spreading racist, antisemitic, and homophobic conspiracy theories
Pence visited a church in Memphis where the pastor called homosexuality "demonic"