LGBTQ Nation Archives - Page 4
A deal with legislative leaders to repeal a bill that directs which bathrooms transgender people can use in some buildings is still possible
She's facing charges in Florida including obstruction of justice.
A young Republican is allowing a documentary film crew to shadow him as he considers a run this year to unseat New York City's mayor, Democrat Bill de Blasio.
Even without exercise, this will get your heart rate up.
The man who talked about social justice and civil rights for all people on a national stage did not reflect the same ethos concerning women and gays.
Call them rebels with a cause. Or two. Or three. Or 10.
Jakub and David believe hateful responses to their videos helped persuade Portuguese officials to grant them an exemption to the usual document requirements.
All In Service organizers say the inauguration fundraising campaign is about "love and compassion for our diverse community."
Yiannopoulos claimed the event was cancelled by UC Davis due to "violence," but University officials said there was no violence or property damage.
When we enforce or fail to be critical of societal gender roles, we become co-conspirators in violence against transgender people.
LGBTQ individuals are at greater risk of experiencing victimization and data suggest hate crimes have risen since the November election.
The Broadway star apologized and said her career is deeply indebted to the LGBTQ community.
Her father, Rick Burgess, is cohost of syndicated right wing evangelical talk show Rick and Bubba.
The march is expected to draw more than the 200,000 people organizers are planning for, based on bus registrations and train bookings.
The bill, authored by a state representative who is also an Elvis impersonator, would have banned transgender people from updating their birth certificates.
Though I rarely offer comparisons between Nazi German and the contemporary United States, I am haunted by certain parallels that demand voicing.
The Maryland State Police trooper says she faced discrimination at work based on her gender and sexual orientation, as well as retaliation and a hostile work environment.
The bill would make it impossible for trans Hoosiers to change the gender markers on their birth certificates and other identity documents.
Domo and Crissy are dismissing those who say Domo is the “wrong one” to be carrying the child because she “dresses like a man."
Cohen is looking forward to hosting because it, "allows me to do one of the things I love most: meddling in people’s personal lives."
Intercessors for America is calling on believers to join what they call a "Jericho March" culminating in shouting to hail the Trump inauguration.
The cafe features memorabilia from Eddi-Rue McClanahan, who was a real-life pal and confidant of the owner Michael La Rue.
America's leading poets are averse to Donald Trump, and they're not about to go gentle into that good night.
Our founders, in their wisdom, did not give us the right to select which laws to follow and which to ignore.
It carries an extra layer of meaning when transgender model Hari Nef says L'Oréal's tagline: "Because I'm worth it."
He also explains what was behind his manic phase, and it wasn't "tiger's blood."
Social services said the boy "flaunts effeminacy in a provocative way."
Two artists have canonized George Michael in a bold new mural depicting the "Patron Saint of Public Parks" complete with a joint and a bottle of poppers.