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Waylon Smithers, personal assistant to a billionaire nuclear power plant owner, has withheld his feelings for decades.
Eric Fanning’s nomination furthers Obama’s policy of adding diversity to top government posts; to critics, Fanning’s military career overshadowed by his sexual orientation.
In a mind-boggling interview, Caitlyn Jenner competes with Trump for the ability to win the prize for compound insults.
The head of security for Accenture’s Federal Services
Raffi Freedman-Gurspan on Tuesday became the first openly transgender person to work for the White House.
Study shows that white, hetero males dominate and women hardly speak.
Marriage equality is just one of many battles the LGBT community has to face – including workplace discrimination.
States must treat gay couples the same as heterosexuals.
The site’s significance helped propel the modern LGBT movement.
Unlike the tepid welcome to the LGBT community by Gov. Pence, Indianapolis Mayor Ballard embraces his role as the first sitting mayor to lead the city’s Pride March.
Despite increasing awareness and visibility of transgender people, a majority of states scored poorly on transgender equality, which has implications for future labor recruitment.
New studies are showing that what millennials want in a job comes as a surprise to some employers.
Indiana’s lawmakers declined to visit the issue of LGBT protections over the summer for consideration in its next legislative session.
The reality show clan continued to paint LGBT people as sexual predators even after Josh Duggar, as a teen, molested five minors, including his sisters.
This week, the Girl Scouts of America and the Boy Scouts of America both announced positive steps towards LGBT equality in their respective organizations.
Once again, an anti-LGBT figure has been found using the popular gay hook-up app.
State Rep. John Diehl couldn’t ride out the controversy over his hypocritical sexual relationship with an intern versus his “family values” persona.
Millennials are the least likely generation to be affiliated with an organized religion, according to a new survey, correlating with their progressiveness on social issues such as LGBT rights.