Transgender people in the United States are facing a significant threat as Trump could erase their existence.
It would seem that LGBT scientists are better accepted in their workplace than others in other professions.
In 2009, Alice Derock, 35, a native of Paris, launched "Wet For Her" with her girlfriend to offer worldwide lesbians sex toys designed by lesbians, which, unbelievably, did not exist yet. From the initial idea to the manufacturing of products, everything is 100% lesbian.
"Coffee Breaks" is a book that takes us into the lesbian erotic art.
More and more in India parents decide to change the sex of their child and a lot of girls to the birth become boys because the male children have more chances to success in Indian society.
A lesbian couple, Diane Cervelli and Taeko Bufford, were victim of discrimination by a Hawaii bed and breakfast's owner.
The Governor of Nevada, Brian Sandoval, has the bill which could ban job discrimination for transgenders.
And one more search engine discriminating the LGBTQ community! After Bing and Google Instant, here is Yahoo!
Another US presidential candidate supports gay marriage when another one still shows her bigotry.
In Australia, the Labor party took its pick.
Being trans* is not easy for many reasons. Sometimes acceptance is hard to find. There are so many questions, so many what ifs. And I battle against those every day. But the hardest thing for me personally is relationships. I have amazing friends and a great family, but sex, love, connections: those are separate beings. The fact is that label designates an existence outside of the realm of normal experience, even for those in the LGB community who also step outside of those boundaries. If a lesbian dates a transman, what does that mean for her identity? If a straight female dates a transwoman, what does that mean for her identity? Or how does any other combination of trans* person and significant other affect that partner's identity? It takes a strong person to be comfortable enough with themselves and society to date a trans* person.