This circa 1990 photo provided by George Pagonis shows his child, Jennifer Pagonis, who now identifies as "Pidgeon," in Chicago. Pagonis was born intersex, an umbrella term for several conditions in which an infant's reproductive anatomy doesn't conform to standard definitions of male or female. Intersex surgeries spark move away from drastic surgical treatments
She was born to a young Chicago couple, named Jennifer, and grew into a beautiful long-lashed child with wavy dark hair, big brown eyes and a yearning, youthful desire to be just like all the other girls. Only she wasn't...

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El Salvador approves measures banning same-sex marriage, gay couple adoption

Mexico's Supreme Court in Mexico City
Mexico’s Supreme Court says laws prohibiting same-sex marriage are ‘discriminatory’

Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo (R-Guam)
Guam governor refuses to allow marriage licenses for same-sex couples

Britini Rogers, left and Brittani Henry with their son Jayseon in Middletown, Ohio. An impending birth spurred Henry and Rogers to get married. It’s the possibility of an untimely death that pushed them to become part of the same-sex marriage legal actions now before the U.S. Supreme Court.
What would happen to their son if something happens to them?

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Another judge rejects Kentucky same-sex marriage ban

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Judge rejects motions to downgrade charges in Philly gay bashing

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Which GOP 2016 hopeful would attend a same-sex wedding, which one wouldn’t, and who wouldn’t say

Salvatore Cordileone
Some San Francisco Catholics call for ouster of anti-gay archbishop

Kenneth Morgan Stancil III
Suspect in North Carolina shooting says he’s a neo-Nazi who hates gays ‘with a passion’

Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.)
Jindal defends religious objections bill that would allow anti-LGBT discrimination

Kelly Noe, left, and her spouse, Kelly McCracken, along with their daughter, Ruby Noe-McCracken, are Ohio plaintiffs in a same-sex marriage case to be argued before the Supreme Court in late April. Noe and McCracken say they give their baby daughter a lot of love. Now, they want the nation’s highest court to give them more legal status.
Two Kellys raising their baby as loving, if not legal, parents

David Brian Michener, left, and William Herbert Ives, who were committed partners for 18 years, with their three adopted children, from left, Michael, Anna and Jackson. They were married in 2013 in Delaware and William died later that year.
Widowed with 3 kids, Ohio man joins same-sex marriage case

Timothy Love speaks to other supporters with his husband Lawrence Ysunza-Love, left, during a rally in support of same-sex marriage in downtown Cincinnati. Love and Ysunza-Love are one of six same-sex marriage plaintiffs who will have their cases argued at the Supreme Court on April 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Tom Uhlman, File)
Together 35 years, waiting for the right to marry

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Christian auto shop owner in Michigan vows to deny service to gay customers

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New Girl Scout troop starts at Utah LGBT pride center

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Republicans block Colorado bill on transgender birth certificates

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Oklahoma bill allows ride share programs to discriminate against LGBT individuals

Maine state capitol in Augusta.
Maine GOP state senator to withdraw religious objections bill

Chris Rock in a scene from "Top Five," which GLAAD says was among the worst offending films in 2014 to present outdated, defamatory stereotypes of LGBT individuals.
GLAAD study finds studio movies lagging in LGBT roles

Texas state capitol in Austin.
Texas lawmaker delays hearing on transgender school ‘bathroom bill’

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Transgender man leads ‘Men’s Health’ magazine cover model competition

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Hillary Clinton supports Supreme Court ruling in favor of nationwide marriage equality

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Cory Booker delivers impassioned speech on Senate floor to underscore need for marriage equality

Guam
Guam attorney general orders territory to allow same-sex marriages

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Jake Tapper grills Marco Rubio on marriage equality: ‘You’re the candidate of yesterday’

Mike Johnson
Louisiana lawmaker says he’ll make changes to divisive religious objection bill

Indiana state capitol in Indianapolis.
Indiana GOP rejects extending civil rights protections to LGBT residents

Arkansas
Arkansas governor selects 3 justices to hear same-sex marriage case

Preston Dahlgren and Jeff Bennion are among the married men documented in a recent TLC show “My Husband's Not Gay" about men with same-sex attractions.
There are a lot of terrible arguments against same-sex marriage, but this may be the worst

San Juan, Puerto Rico
Court halts proceedings in Puerto Rico same-sex marriage lawsuit

Kansas
Kansas urges dismissal of federal lawsuit challenging same-sex marriage ban

Stancil following his arrest in Florida.
Suspect with possible white supremacist ties arrested in shooting of gay man

Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee.
Florida Legislature repeals 38‑year‑old state ban on gay adoption

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Transgender man sues loan company after executive demands he ‘dress and act like a woman’

Gov. Doug Ducey (R-Ariz.)
Ariz. governor vetoes bill that could allow adoption discrimination against same-sex couples

Louisiana
Controversial religious freedom bill hits snag in Louisiana state House

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Indiana hires PR firm to help repair damage from religious objections law flap

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‘Imitation Game’ code breaker Alan Turing’s notebook fetches over $1M at auction

Lakeland Eye Clinic, Lakeland, Fla.
Florida clinic agrees to pay $150k in transgender employee’s discrimination suit

Angie and Kami Roe
Couple files lawsuit against state of Utah over same-sex parentage rights

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) gestures as he announces that he is running for the Republican presidential nomination during a rally at the Freedom Tower, Monday, April 13, 2015, in Miami.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio enters 2016 presidential race

Indiana State Representative Ed DeLaney address a crowd during the rally protesting the state's religious freedom bill, Saturday, March 28, 2015.
Indiana lawmaker looks to spark new debate on extending LGBT rights, protections

Michelle Bachelet
Chilean president signs same‑sex civil union law

The cast of 'Cucumber,' a new drama created by Russell T. Davies.
‘Queer as Folk’ creator launches new Logo series ‘Cucumber’ and ‘Banana’

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Appeals court upholds decision to dismiss suit challenging N.J. conversion therapy ban

Jared Milrad and Nathan Johnson
Same-sex couple featured in Hillary Clinton video extend wedding invitation to candidate

Loretta M. Pangelinan, left, and Kathleen M. Aguero in front of the U.S. District Court in Hagatna, Guam.
Same-sex couple on Guam challenge island’s marriage laws

Hillary Rodham Clinton
Second shot: Hillary Clinton running again for president

Joe Curry, a barista and one of the owners at Red Raven Espresso Parlor in Fargo, N.D., became the focal point of an anti-discrimination debate after he posted a sign mocking lawmakers who voted against a bill to prohibit discrimination in housing and government based on sexual orientation.
N.D. shop owner says ban on lawmakers who nixed LGBT rights bill served its purpose

Andras Vass
Hungarian man convicted in Florida in gay sex slave prostitution ring

Thousands of opponents of Indiana Senate Bill 101, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, gathered on the lawn of the Indiana State House to rally against that legislation Saturday, March 28, 2015. Republican Gov. Mike Pence signed a bill Thursday prohibiting state laws that "substantially burden" a person's ability to follow his or her religious beliefs.
The overlooked Indiana outcomes that could haunt the Christian Right

Barronelle Stutzman
Florist at center of LGBT rights storm: ‘I’m a little grain of sand’

Sam Smith accepts the award for best new artist at the 57th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015, in Los Angeles.
7 lies about LGBT musicians we need to stop telling immediately

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Tax Day poses unique challenges for many married, same-sex couples

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Wedding expos will be Indiana’s first for same-sex couples

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California corrections department to appeal judge’s order backing inmate’s sex change

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Louisiana to become latest state to enter religious freedom debate

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Federal judge declines DOJ request to reconsider ruling blocking FMLA benefits

Nevada state capitol in Carson City
Transgender advocates furious over Nevada proposed ‘bathroom bill’

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Georgia prison officials change transgender inmate policy

St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City
Vatican mum on why France’s appointment of a gay diplomat has stalled

Milton Persinger, left, and Robert Povilat, both of Mobile, Ala., get married at Government Plaza as the Rev. Sandy O'Steen from Cornerstone Metropolitan Community Church officiates. They were the first same-sex couple to get married in Mobile, Ala., Thursday Feb. 12, 2015.
At least 545 same-sex couples married in Alabama, state reports

Many customers wait for service as Memories Pizza reopened for business Thursday, April, 9, 2015, in Walkerton, Ind. The restaurant was closed, and its operators said they'd gone into hiding after their comment that they would not serve pizza to a gay wedding prompted an avalanche of criticism on social media.
Indiana pizzeria that said it would refuse to cater same-sex weddings reopens

Protesters demonstrate outside a gathering for the  National Association For Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) in Phoenix, Ariz., in 2013.
State-by-state battle waged over ‘conversion therapy’ bans