The Every Child Deserves a Family Act, which would prohibit the discrimination of LGBTQ couples seeking to adopt or raise a child, was reintroduced into the U.S. House of Representatives and will soon be introduced into the Senate.
Two exceptional LGBTQ women, Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson, will be honored with a monument in Greenwich Village in New York.
Chicago will offer not one, not two, but fourteen rainbow pedestrian crossings in Boystown!
Molly Pinta, a 13-year-old schoolgirl, and her mom Carolyn launched the first LGBTQ Pride parade in Buffalo Grove, located within the northwest suburbs of Chicago.
GLAAD’s Studio Responsibility Index shows that LGBT visibility in movies released by the seven major studios increased significantly in 2018, but everything was far from perfect.
The team that achieves a huge success with web series Notas Aparte, which reached 6 million views on YouTube, returns with a new project titled REVERSIBLE.
Worthington, Ohio now provides protections for LGBTQ people. The City Council approved the non-discrimination ordinance on May 20, 2019.
The people of Howard County in Maryland will celebrate LGBT Pride with a first parade.
A series of anti-LGBT laws were recently introduced in Texas including a bill that would grant “religious freedom” to professionals.
After the Government of Cuba decided to cancel the Pride parade, the LGBT activists were nevertheless keen to march in the streets of Havana before being dispersed by the police.