LGBTQ Nation Archives - Page 5
The prohibition would apply to licensed physicians, nurses, psychologists and other health practitioners, but not clergy members.
A neon cowboy took aim at minority targets on top of a roaring Donald Trump head as part of this commentary on modern American culture.
An El Paso County attorney said she believes immigration agents were tipped off by the woman's alleged abuser.
The government says the clinics are "catering to homosexuals." In Tanzania, gay sex is punishable by up to 30 years in prison.
The realtor said she was defamed when Ellen pronounced her name "Titty" instead of "Tee Tee."
The Southern Poverty Law Center announced the ADF's mission is to make life as difficult as possible for LGBTQ communities.
The video was filmed at the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl.
The Sun quoted Michael's close friend Andros Georgiou as claiming the family hates Fadi Fawaz, whom he says was not "really his boyfriend."
A clear, powerful message of love and unity during uncertain times.
A new ad campaign from telephone company Deutsche Telekom featured a lesbian couple and their baby and a group of drag queens as different kinds of families.
Proponents argue that extending protections would be good for Montana's business climate.
These "people have been trying to destroy America. These left-wingers and so-called progressives are trying to destroy the country that we love."
Did you know that a 2011 report said that gay men are nearly twice as likely as straight guys to contract cancer?
Alexander Acosta's record on LGBTQ issues is thin but he has a stellar reputation defending Muslims as assistant attorney general.
Barronelle Stutzman loses again in her bid to discriminate against gay and lesbian couples.
For us to work to our fullest potential in the movement and in our daily lives, we must also work on our “stuff.”
A man who accused a longtime archbishop of sexually abusing him refused to testify when American Cardinal Raymond Burke wouldn't allow the victim's lawyer in the room.
This should worry every advocate for LGBTQ rights.
The court has already scheduled oral arguments for a case involving Gavin Grimm, a transgender student suing for the right to use the correct restroom in school.
Clergy members voted against a report because it maintained opposition to same-sex marriage, while others thought it wasn't homophobic enough.
Bill Maher's decision to book conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos on his HBO show drew quick condemnation from another guest.
"Perhaps Norma's lasting legacy is that her story helped the world to see the true meaning of love. "
State Republicans found a way around Obamacare by writing a bill that would only apply when Congress repeals the Affordable Care Act.
Sometimes haters just make you more famous.
"Through humor, hate can turn into love."
His sister hopes the book will inspire the kids who read it to go after their goals with the determination she saw in Keith.
Calling him a "provocateur," Maher has been courting Milo to appear ever since the chaotic Berkeley protest.
A one-sentence bill was filed by two GOP state senators stating only that it addresses "gender identity and bathroom privileges" without any specifics.