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Former Gov. Perry said the student election may have been rigged to secure a result that projected diversity.
"LGBTQ refugees, immigrants, Muslims and women are scared today, and with good reason." — HRC
Transgender people and activists fear violence will only get worse under a Trump presidency.
GLAAD said some TV characters and storylines still portrayed the LGBT community in a negative or stereotypical way and added that numbers only tell part of the story.
Statistically, the LGBT community is already more vulnerable to abuse and violence than the general population — and discrimination and other barriers complicate the reporting process.
Pro-gun, anti-LGBT officials suddenly "stand with" gay community.
Former classmates, club patrons say Omar Mateen led a secret life and used a gay dating app.
Despite growing acceptance of LGBT employees, offensive comments and stereotypes still persist in the workplace. Our experts reveal the phrases you should avoid.
The governor signed the controversial bill Wednesday, which allows counselors to turn away clients based on “sincerely held principles.”
"With the filing of these two suits, EEOC is continuing to solidify its commitment to ensuring that individuals are not discriminated against in workplaces because of their sexual orientation."
A Utah judge reversed his decision to remove the couple’s foster child from their home, but organizations are actively seeking his impeachment.
Waylon Smithers, personal assistant to a billionaire nuclear power plant owner, has withheld his feelings for decades.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints expressed disappointment following the Boy Scouts of America’s acceptance of gay scout leaders — but not all religious groups share same sentiment.
The pious mainstream supports LGBT rights, does not like "religious freedom” laws.
Once again, an anti-LGBT figure has been found using the popular gay hook-up app.
Fashion mogul Giorgio Armani under fire after his hateful comments about gay men and their fashion choices.
A mainline Christian church’s turnaround on same-gender marriage shows how diverse religious Americans are on the subject.
The Mormon Church has announced its surprise support of LGBT anti-discrimination laws—with one clear condition.