LGBT New Yorkers held a 'Take Back the Night' rally in response to a string of anti-LGBT attacks that have occurred in the last two weeks. The rally, organized by Queer Rising, brought together a diverse range of LGBT and allied people to advocate for LGBT safety.
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This election season, Washington voters will be asked to either approve or reject Referendum 71, regarding whether o
Members of a local lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) advocacy organization announced late Thursday afternoon that Charlotte City Manager Curt Walton has made the decision to add protections for transgender workers to the city’s non-discrimination policy.
A Long Island City woman filed the city’s second transgender discrimination case this year against the New York City agency that handles food stamps and other benefits on Nov. 20.
A new poll, taken for the Bowen Center for Public Affairs at Ball State University and WISH-TV, found that 54 percent of those polled opposed changing Indiana’s constitution to ban same-sex marriage. Thirty-eight percent supported it.
When it came to legalizing same-sex marriage in Washington, women cast the decisive votes, according to a new poll. The post-election survey conducted by Third Way, a D.C. think tank that favors gay marriage, showed women backed the marriage referendum by a whopping 15 percentage points.
A Chicago area spa is facing down discrimination allegations, after management told a transgender person he could not use the spa's men's shower area.
Gay marriage supporters said today they have moved to “within striking distance” of collecting enough votes to pass a bill in early January.
An association of military spouses announced Thursday that it is reviewing membership policies used to bar a lesbian wife from joining, even as Pentagon officials have quickly moved to distance themselves from the group.
A leader of Boy Scout Troop 6 in Brookline, Matthew Christensen, reached out to Greater Boston PFLAG (Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians and Gays) to speak to the members of his troop.