Trump employee suing for antigay harassment and discrimination The attacks escalated to the point of his co-workers throwing rocks and golf balls at him, one hit him so hard in the head that it sent him to the hospital.
The husband of a man recently thrown out of a Trump rally for assaulting a protester is leading a campaign to help get him elected.
As upsetting as this is, it's important that you know this is out there and is clearly designed to shock and provoke people.
The NAACP called for a federal investigation into the alleged hate crime at Stone County High School.
Justin Timberlake posted an inspirational photo of himself voting and is now facing some serious, unintended consequences.
Lennie and Pearl have been together for 50 years and now they are fighting to ensure they don't lose their right to be married.
Jerame Davis, the Executive Director of Pride At Work, gives his personal reasons for voting against Donald Trump on Election Day.
Tom Doyle already lost the love of his life and now doesn't want to lose the only home he's known for five decades.
We may be secretly glad that the 2016 presidential election is finally over, but we'll miss Randy Rainbow's take on it.
Iran's intelligence minister is defending his agents' handling of a visit by a gay state senator after hard-liners alleged it represented a security breach.
The attacks escalated to the point of his co-workers throwing rocks and golf balls at him, one hit him so hard in the head that it sent him to the hospital.
The law, however, does not allow same-sex partners to marry.
The cartoon tracts preached fundamentalist Christianity while vilifying secular society, evolution, homosexuality, and the beliefs of Catholics and Muslims.
These trailblazing teenagers are representing the LGBTQ community with pride.
They made history, but didn't make it into the Guinness Book of World Records; it requires 100 couples minimum to qualify for that honor.
Trump has yet to use this particular line of attack, but there are still two weeks left in the campaign and the way it has gone, anything seems possible.
The 57-year-old artist behind such ’80s hits as “You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)” and “Brand New Lover" suffered massive cardiac arrest.
The parody lyrics reference dating apps, Snapchat and eggplants.
The acronym PIIGS is used by economists to refer to countries like Greece, Italy and Spain that are facing financial difficulties.
"The running joke is that it’s so much easier to be gay in the Republican Party than it is to be a Republican in the LGBT community."
The gay mayor of Manchester, England, is probably the worst person to call a "dirty faggot" as two young women are finding out.
Oprah Winfrey has a message for undecided voters who just aren't quite sure if they like Hillary Clinton. So what?
Some held up signs that said "Peaceful Pants Party" and "I've Got Passion For My Pants."
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the memorial and established a commission to create it in the wake of the Orlando shootings that killed 49 people.
The judgment against Ashers Baking Co. found that the family-run chain was wrong to treat gay customers any differently from heterosexuals.
Of the 37 All Star Cities, 22 received a 100 rating despite their state lacking LGBTQ protections.
Before the decriminalization of homosexuality in Britain in the late 1960s, this slang helped gay and bisexual men speak freely to one another without outing themselves in a highly homophobic society.
The new dads hadn't anticipated they would end up with three babies to feed and diaper.
"Enthusiasm for a candidate like Trump gives our neighbors ample reason to doubt that we believe Jesus is Lord."
Thanks to mounting criticism against the respected medical center, Johns Hopkins will resume offering transition-related medical care.
Highland wants to block enforcement of a federal directive that public schools let students use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identities.
Donald Trump was already polling poorly with the LGBTQ voting bloc. This won't help.