LGBTQ Nation Archives - Page 2
A woman was told to "dress like a man," and when she refused she was not allowed back into the courtroom.
In a new analysis, it is estimated that North Carolina lost billions from jobs and events that went elsewhere.
McCarthy even got fake eyebags to look more like Spicer.
For many who rely on the Affordable Care Act, celebration over the GOP's failure to repeal it is turning into anxiety about what happens next.
The couple met on the set of Orange is the New Black and got engaged last October.
ACLU of Arkansas says the bill is just a way to make it a crime for transgender people to use bathrooms that correspond with their gender identity.
In the film, another character asks Trini (the yelllow ranger) if she's having "girlfriend problems."
Billed as an act of love by Taberski, "Missing Richard Simmons" has been "harmful," said Michael Catalano, Simmons' manager and friend for 30 years.
While the Osage nation previously recognize marriages from jurisdictions where same-sex marriages is legal, it will now issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles performed a somber rendition of Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" that celebrated Fisher's status as a feminist icon.
The arrest of an American/Israeli dual citizen raises questions about internalized oppression.
A journalist fired to make room for millennials at an LGBT publication is now suing for discrimination.
The puppet was described by the show's creator as "gender neutral."
The messages targeted white people, black people, hispanic people, gay people, black women, and the police.
The reporter denies violating journalistic ethics while covering a Gay-Straight Alliance's meeting with GOP lawmakers.
A few big films this year have a few fleeting gay moments, but that's really not much for 2017.
House Speaker Paul Ryan withdrew the legislation after Trump asked him to halt debate without a vote.
“If every gay man that I know personally came out in Hollywood tomorrow," she said, "then this would be a nonissue in a month.”
As more black British actors play African American roles, Samuel L. Jackson asks, "We can’t tell our own stories?"
The state's chief economic advisor pointed to North Carolina to explain the economic consequences of discriminatory legislation.
Schools should not be allowed to force LGBTQ students to suffer in isolation.
The NCAA will be setting championship locations for the next six years soon, and it won't consider a state with a hateful law like HB2.
The policy change comes just one month after 17-year-old Mack Beggs, a transgender boy who is taking testosterone as prescribed by his doctor, won a girls' state wrestling title.
The Oklahoma senate voted down an anti-LGBTQ bill just days after a Republican senator resigned for being caught with an underage boy in a hotel room.
Is there any way to make a beer called "Brew Bros" palatable to gay men? Yes, yes there is.
The former Justice Department attorney said, "What we're seeing is an unprecedented attack on so many of the gains we made."
The former Heritage Foundation staffer actively opposed the ACA's civil rights protections and has fought against transgender rights, marriage equality, and abortion access.
A person in Oregon successfully petitioned the court to change their legal status from male to agender.