LGBTQ Nation Archives - Page 3
He couldn't imagine living as an openly gay man and planned to commit suicide. When he found the courage to come out, he found support in unexpected places.
He's a union ironworker, Army veteran, and cancer survivor with the nickname "Iron Stache." Hello, daddy.
And it's for a great cause.
Georgia's 6th Congressional District race has national implications and is being seen by many as a referendum on Donald Trump's presidency.
We have the dates you want to know.
Even though bisexual is the B in LGBTQ, some say they rarely see bisexual folks getting positive shout outs at Pride.
Russian authorities have pledged to appeal the "unjust ruling."
It’s not those fighting for change within Philadelphia’s LGBTQ community who are causing division, but those who want things to remain the same.
Nancy learned her lesson, the hard way: on national television.
"The best faces to watch were those of the other teams and their parents," writes Austin Hodges, "the gay kid who wears makeup and does the splits..."
Sen. Chuck Schumer said the grant sends a clear message to President Trump that Stonewall's national monument designation is here to stay.
Dwight McKissic wanted the Southern Baptist Convention to condemn white nationalism, white supremacy, and the alt-right.
Craig Jungwirth was cleared on federal charges after threatening the LGBTQ community in Fort Lauderdale but his legal woes continue.
The National Organization for Marriage's annual rally was so small that people thought they were flying kites instead of waving banners.
Here's a handy guide for both transgender people and those who are not, to answer your questions, and perhaps raise new ones.
The Republican candidate for Congress in Georgia's special election shrugged off the mom's concerns over Vice President Mike Pence's anti-LGBTQ history.
"We Shall Overcome," they sang. And they did.
Mariah Carey's limited edition Pride line has already inspired a drag queen parody.
Randy Rainbow takes James Comey's testimony and sets it to a Broadway melody.
New government in the UK could be hostile to LGBT equality and there was another attempt by the administration to roll back employment protections.
If we are unwilling to see these parallels, then we cannot learn from the past.
If the city thought they were being inclusive by modifying a minority's symbol without asking them, they should think again.
Speaking at a college Republican gala, Caitlyn Jenner got a lot of laughs for this gay joke.
She wanted everyone to know that God made her gay, but church officials didn't want her to say that.
Protestors joined arms to block the parade route, and police attempted to move them out of the street.
He was apparently so offended by pride flags that he defaced his own property.
This trans worker is suing McDonald's for many alleged humiliations and acts of discrimination.
She's an idealistic woman who saves the world, at a time when nihilism and sexism seem like insurmountable problems.