A wave of anti-LGBT hatred could be unleashed in Tennessee. 12 bills going against our LGBTQ community - six in the House and six in the Senate - were introduced during this new legislative session, even if some had died last year.
Do you remember Mary Walsh and Beverly Nance, a married lesbian couple forbidden to move together to a Missouri retirement home? The two women had filed a complaint against Friendship Village Sunset Hills but the judge had ruled against the couple.
Governor Tony Evers began his term by issuing an order to protect LGBTQ employees against discrimination.
152 LGBTQ elected officials have launched a major initiative in the United States exhorting the 116th Congress to protect LGBTQ+ people.
Today, the mid-term elections are taking place in the United States and the results will have repercussions for the LGBT community.
The Democrats have promised to do everything to defend our rights.
Nancy Pelosi announced that if the Democrats regain control of the House, one of their priorities will be to extend federal protections against discrimination.
Cambridge City Council wants to change its equality policy. Since 2010, it has been established across the UK to prohibit discrimination against transgender people, while including an exemption for women-only services.
Friendship Village, an old people's home in St. Louis, Missouri, have discriminated against a lesbian couple.
Sixteen states ask the Supreme Court to rule that companies can fire workers because of their gender identity.
There is a completely ridiculous thing that happened in Pennsylvania. On the one hand, protections for LGBT people have been expanded, but at the same time, we're still not included in the hate crime law.
Roncalli Catholic High School in Indianapolis, Indiana asked one of her lesbian employees to dissolve her marriage or resign.