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Transgender students are not legally protected under federal anti-discrimination laws. "States rights" to supersede gender protections.
Discrimination under the guise of religious freedom would be acceptable "without suffering adverse treatment from the Federal Government," according to a draft executive order.
"Since the moment he stepped foot in the Oval Office, President Trump has attacked equality."
"LGBTQ refugees, immigrants, Muslims and women are scared today, and with good reason." — HRC
TD Bank receives a top ranking on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Fourteenth Annual Scorecard.
During a private meeting in New York today Trump will meet "the most bigoted, most homophobic and most influential anti-LGBT advocates in the United States."
Pro-gun, anti-LGBT officials suddenly "stand with" gay community.
As Secretary of the Army, Eric Fanning becomes highest-ranking openly gay official at the Pentagon.
"This legislation is literally the most anti-LGBT legislation in the country."
It is still legal to fire someone for being gay in 32 states. The Equality Act would end employee discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Global agricultural company joins group of leading U.S. employers that support the Equality Act.
"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."
Incoming Gov. John Bel Edwards plans to issue an order protecting LGBT state workers and government contractors from discrimination in the workplace.
A Utah judge reversed his decision to remove the couple’s foster child from their home, but organizations are actively seeking his impeachment.
A gay-bashing state lawmaker from North Dakota’s hypocrisy is outed when his profile on the popular gay dating app is revealed.
Porter Novelli Profits on Gay Bashing as Indiana’s Taxpayers Shell Out to Cover Up Gov. Pence’s Mess
Public relations firm takes $2 million from Indiana to “fix” its image despite the state government’s ongoing resistance to protecting LGBT citizens.
Accepting an award for LGBT support, Marriott International CEO Arne Sorensen called Indian’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act “madness” and said it was about “politics of divisiveness.”
There are now more than 85 anti-LGBT bills before 28 states. How does your state stack up?
The average rating of DiversityInc Top 50 companies exceeds 98 (out of 100) in the HRC’s annual report on LGBT equality in corporate America.
Vice President Joe Biden speaks out in support of LGBT rights at a Human Rights Campaign dinner and pushes for passage of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.