Senator Katie Hobbs, Representative Rebecca Rios, and Equality Arizona introduced two bills (SB1320 and HB2364) to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination in housing, employment, and public housing.
After a refusal of the school board to allow her to use the girls' bathrooms, Juliet Evancho and two other students filed lawsuit against their school district.
A new survey reveals that now only 48% of young Americans, aged between 13 and 20, regard themselves as "exclusively heterosexual".
In Fairfax County, an organization and a student attempted to overturn a policy of anti-discrimination based on gender identity that was adopted within their school district, but the judge decided otherwise and rejected their request.
For the first time, a center dedicated to providing help, support and health treatments for the transgender community will be opened in Thailand.
The bill, introduced earlier this year in Congress by Democratic Sens. Jeff Merkley, Tammy Baldwin, Cory Booker and Rep. David N. Cicilline, would amend the 1964 Civil Rights Act to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
It would seem that LGBT scientists are better accepted in their workplace than others in other professions.
The First Baptist Church of Greenville took six months to discuss the possibility of allowing LGBT ministers to be ordained in their church asking the question: «Can you worship and live with the LGBT community in the church?»
The University of Georgia has decided to launch a major study on the trans* identity and experience to enable better support and to develop better social services tailored to transgender people.
The helpline for teens Teen Line has launched an educational video with the support of The Matthew Silverman Memorial Foundation to better understand sexual orientation and gender identity.