Today is the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), when advocates across the globe take a stand against anti-LGBT violence and discrimination.
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When Elton John and his partner, David Furnish announced the birth of their son, the world took notice.
President Barack Obama's campaign released a statement this afternoon in support of Question 6, Maryland's same-sex m
In countless living rooms across Washington, state Rep. Maureen Walsh from Walla Walla has been telling her story.
After three years of steady decline, hate crimes in Los Angeles County rose 15 percent last year, including crimes motivated by anti-LGBT bias.
Lawyers for transgender inmate Ophelia De' Lonta in Virginia presented her case before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday, asking that a lower court ruling that denied her state funding for surgery be reversed.
The New Jersey Division of Civil Rights ruled that the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association discriminated against a lesbian couple in 2007 when it denied their application to hold a civil union ceremony at its boardwalk pavilion.
Derek McCoy of the Maryland Marriage Alliance is defending a highly offensive anti-gay statement made by a panelist at one of the group's events, calling the episode a "distraction."
In the first U.S. prosecution under federal hate crime legislation, a Kentucky jury acquitted two cousins of hate crime charges while finding them guilty of kidnapping in the 2011 attack on a gay man.
A Cook County Judge has approved a court agreement that will allow transgender people to change their Illinois birth certificates without undergoing genital surgery.