LGBTQ Nation Archives - Page 4
The apparent rollback of explicit protections follows Donald Trump's decision not to recognize Pride Month.
This is beyond bullying: a brutal attack on a classmate who was ridiculed for being effeminate.
The couple wants to be an example, especially to young LGBTQ people of color, that "they can live their whole truth and be happy and in love together."
Conservatives say we can't control gun ownership so citizens can defend themselves against "tyrants." But who is lining their pockets while allowing us to die?
Jurors told the judge they are unable to reach a verdict but they've been asked to keep trying.
Police arrested a suspect who is charged with setting fire to the victim's body.
Meanwhile, the police department made some strange social media postings that seemed to support the KKK.
Patrick Comerford's job is to organize and train, but advocating for LGBTQ healthcare is his life's work.
She's one of two Capitol Police officers injured while preventing a massacre on a Virginia baseball field.
The situation turned violent after the man grabbed a protester's antigay sign, and he allegedly responded by getting physically aggressive.
It's Flag Day, and what could be a more appropriate day to honor the man who gave the world the Pride flag?
He's also the youngest, and the first of both Irish and Indian descent.
Another episode of gun violence today, this time wounding a Republican congressman among others. Can anything change the depressing trend?
Because language is a public enterprise, the notion that one ethnic group has property rights to the term is an absurdly narrow argument.
The film made headlines last summer after another cisgender actor was cast to play a trans woman.
Guidestar is being hailed for identifying non-profits that oppose LGBTQ rights for their hateful rhetoric and policies.
Shortly after seniors painted the school's spirit rock in honor of LGBTQ Pride, other students painted over it with a pro-Trump message.
A few messages really seem to change the attitude of those initially opposed to transgender public accommodations protections.
Danica Roem, who has already accomplished a major milestone, could become the first transgender person elected as a state legislator.
He publicly called for Catholics to stand with our community in the wake of the tragedy at Pulse, and advises the Vatican on LGBTQ issues.
The far right believes it has a winning strategy to go after the social safety net and social progress, including same-sex marriage.
No one tell her, but he doesn't seem to be a big fan of special investigators right now.
It's called "Life Skills."
Some federal agencies and officials have honored LGBTQ Pride month and it is not sitting well with the leader of America's most popular hate group.
In the final analysis, truth will win out.
Pucker up! It's your night.
Watch as police take an antigay street preacher to the ground and cuff him as the crowd chants, "Love over hate!"