LGBTQ Nation Archives - Page 7
Other firefighters shoved her, insulted her, spit on her, refused to work with her, and even sprayed blood and "brain matter" on her.
They traveled the world, telling people how happy their marriage was. They didn't talk about his suicidal thoughts.
Now both of Team USA's out gay athletes have criticized the vice president for his lack of support for the LGBTQ community.
Ellen DeGeneres was serenaded by Portia de Rossi, Pharrell Williams, Justin Timberlake, and Dax Shepard for her birthday.
The Department of Justice says it will file a Statement of Interest in the case in support of the college Republicans.
The state wasn't going to prosecute him for a hate crime. So the feds stepped in.
The song is a tribute to her late aunt, who had a huge impact on the singer's life despite the two never having met.
The happy couple found a way to get their marriage approved in Moscow. But Putin's government isn't happy for them.
As the Trump administration has shown time and again, popularity but a lack relevant experience is not a winning combination for a good leader.
"In our constitution it is banned, and it is my duty to obey my constitution."
The former cop says he was prevented from running on the Republican ticket because he is married to a man, who happens to be the nation's first gay Navy seal.
The Oscars cast a wide diversity net this year. But not everyone is happy.
Where is the outrage from the White House and politicians? How long before we finally see some legislative action?
Mormon Dan Reynolds has taken aim at the church's long history of anti-gay attitudes.
The LGBTQ-affirming church plans to repaint the doors with a new pride flag, this time including brown and black stripes.
The Trump effect is real and it is causing serious damage to the LGBTQ community.
Activist Jason Jones has received death threats since filing the lawsuit but believes the fight must go on.
Proceed with the head scratching.
He said it is time for him to focus on his family, but he won't stop being a creative person.
Gus Kenworthy and Adam Rippon have qualified for Team USA, and several other LGBTQ athletes will represent their nations as well.
The U.S has been offering asylum to LGBTQ people from around the world since 1994. Is that about to change too?
Not only does he excuse sexual "sin," he even shoots down the Biblical motto of turning the other cheek.
"I'm going to walk in with a f--king machete and slaughter every one of the gay b--tards."
Obviously, this is unconstitutional. But, Mississippi...
Ben Stokes will be sitting out games until the situation is resolved.
The Indonesian Supreme Court refused to criminalize homosexuality late last year, despite urging from lawmakers.
Happy Birthday, Ellen!
Rachel Morrison became the first woman nominated for cinematography, and Dee Rees the first African-American woman for best adapted screenplay.