You won’t believe what Trump said for National HIV Testing Day Trump's statement for National HIV Testing Day is incredibly offensive.
After the Congressional Budget Office showed the plan would kick 22 million Americans off the healthcare rolls, suddenly the plan was even less popular.
Only the American Legion was willing to condemn the crime. All other mainstream veterans organizations have remained silent.
Trump's statement for National HIV Testing Day is incredibly offensive.
A Ten Commandments monument has been placed outside Arkansas' Capitol, two years after lawmakers approved a measure permitting the statue on state grounds.
Who are these self-appointed purveyors of a demarcation line separating who is to be included and who excluded from our spaces?
Rep. Steve Russell told Tony Perkins that he believes letting transgender people serve openly in the armed services will result in cis soldiers claiming to be trans to avoid deployment.
A teacher in Kentucky was cautioned, "We live in a small town" after coming out in a social media post, and then his teaching contract was not renewed.
What do you think? Is it awful or awesome?
It wasn't just Democrats who were willing to give up booze for a different political future.
In a short ruling, the Supreme Court sided with same-sex partners and against the state of Arkansas's terrible logic. The problem, though, is that Neil Gorsuch dissented.
Republicans have been seeking ways to dismantle marriage equality since day one, and their most dangerous plan yet could be just around the bend.
There was a whole lot of free speech going on -- except at Chicago's Dyke March.
The Supreme Court will consider whether a baker who objects to same-sex marriage can refuse to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
Instead of issuing statements supporting pride, Pence and Trump have expressed their support for anti-LGBT organizations.
After months of outcry, this LGBT bar says that it will change its name.
This Republican with an anti-LGBT record is just shocked that New Yorkers at Pride don't like her.
This past weekend was the big one, with Pride celebrations taking place in New York and San Francisco.
In Prides past, I used to take offense that those were who got the ink and airtime, those groups of "extremes," the uppercase versions of the LGBT spectrum.
The Catholic Church does not have a general policy of denying funeral rights to all sinners, but this bishop believes that gay and bisexual people are an exception.
It is unknown who put up the pro-LGBTI posters in Baghdad, and probably for a good reason.
The Weekly Debrief covers Trump's new attempts to rollback LGBT rights.
The activist who received the passport posted a picture of it on social media.
When community leaders are more viciously attacked by other queer people than by the right, something needs to change.
After outcry from organizations and politicians, a question about sexual orientation that was removed from a federal survey during the Trump Administration was brought back.
The finale of season 9 of RuPaul's Drag Race was exciting.... that's all I can say here without spoiling.
To welcome the pop icon to her city, "Jenny Spears" performed a Britney classic.
The military was supposed to be ready for transgender recruits next week, but they're trying to push that deadline back.
A campaign in Toronto attempts to address the intersection of transphobia and racism.