"Progress is often uneven and complicated in the region –– a constant balancing act between various religious and cultural factors."
The controversy over the advocate's 'punish the wicked' quote reveals the worst aspects of rightwing media
Margaret Hoover doesn’t buy the hype that Vice President Mike Pence is an anti-gay, apocalyptic bigot. Hoover is far more qualified to make that assessment than random Internet trolls who easily dismiss the former Indiana governor as a hateful homophobe. After all, she knows Pence and has worked with him on gay rights issues.
How Tim Gill turned a $500 million fortune into the nation's most powerful force for LGBTQ rights
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Marching through the streets of East Timor's capital Dili with a rainbow flag in his hand, Natalino Guterres was overwhelmed with emotion, reminding him of how he felt 15 years ago when he saw the Timorese flag raised for the first time.
As we hear more and more about the atrocities happening to our LGBTQ brothers and sisters in Chechnya and with our current administration turning a blind eye to our Pride, our community is feeling a rebirth of the strength of our voice. Once again we are fighting for visibility and equality. The comfort of our …
BBC3's new documentary from the Years and Years frontman shows how we can all help combat the LGBT mental health crisis
At least four federal agencies asked the Census Bureau to add questions about sexual orientation and gender identity to the American Community Survey, NPR has learned.
Brigham Young University-Idaho confirmed she won't be returning but declined to give a reason.
If this is what the post-gay-lib world looks like, then I preferred it when everyone else disliked us and there was always a party going on somewhere
With Justice Anthony M. Kennedy rumored to be considering retirement, groups want the Supreme Court to take up an employment discrimination challenge before he leaves.
With the Texas Legislature's special session a week away, tech company IBM has ramped up its efforts oppose the so-called "bathroom bill" for its discriminatory effects against transgender Texans.
MALTA has voted to legalize same-sex marriage in parliament, with only one of the country’s 67 parliamentarians voting against the amendment.
Because Medicaid covers a disproportionately high number of transgender people, the potential change could heap hardship on an already embattled population.