LGBTQ Nation Archives - Page 5
The anti-LGBTQ group says Disney is "pushing the homosexual agenda."
The couple's children were with them as they unleashed hell on the two women at a stop sign.
And, of course, he's being represented by infamous "Christian" lawbreaker Kim Davis' laywer.
NYPD Officer Michael Hance dedicated his life to serving others.
She's more outraged about the callous exploitation than she is the actual attack.
The out MSNBC host said what was in the tax return she obtained wasn't as important as the fact that they are obtainable.
He had been hanging around for several weeks before the attack, with behavior that had staff on alert.
There's only one minor catch.
Colin Mochrie and his transgender daughter Kinley recently sat down and talked about their family's journey in a joint interview.
Judge for yourself. Advocates say they hear Republican State Sen. Joan Huffman tell a clinical psychologist, "You're the pervert."
The stained glass window held a special meaning to the church that has seen its fair share of difficult days.
Lawmakers want to challenge the status of the NCAA and Atlantic Coast Conference because they removed championships from the state over an anti-LGBTQ law.
Rightwing commentators have referred to the menstruation coloring book as "child abuse."
The federal government is designating $8 million to help victims and first responders to the Pulse nightclub shooting.
The parents stuck to their televised refusal to attend Chris and Grant's wedding, and instead sent a video message.
Magoon said last week he wouldn't participate this year after the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council voted to exclude OutVets.
Former North Carolina governor Pat McCrory thought signing House Bill 2 would make him popular, instead it sent him spiraling down and out.
Trying to change someone's sexual orientation causes people to retreat from society, hide their identity or commit suicide.
The company also issued commemorative cans and put Bible quotations on their cases of beer to celebrate the Bible Society's 200-year anniversary.
A bouncer threatened to kick out two men because they were holding hands and then a patron joined in.
One of the dancers on the show says Clark was “determined” to keep the homosexuality of popular “Bandstand” regulars a secret.
They couldn't understand why their daughter was suicidal at seven, but Rebekah has found happiness now that she has "transitioned to live as her true self."
Men could face $100 fines and doctors could invoke their "personal, moralistic, or religious beliefs" to refuse to prescribe Viagra.
Could this be the start of a full on "Roseanne" reboot?
A Russian mayor says that he was so scandalized by penis-shaped lollipops that he had to declare his town "gay-free."
The Indian-American woman who approached and questioned Spicer says he made a racist comment in response.
Gal Gadot and Chris Pine heat up the screen with a rock-em, sock-em preview of the Amazonian's upcoming origin story.