The National Guards of California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, and New Mexico will allow transgender troops to continue to serve openly despite Trump’s ban that came into force on April 12, 2019.
She made it! Jane Castor became the first lesbian mayor in Tampa, Florida!
The United States Supreme Court decided on Monday to hear cases of discrimination at work that could ultimately determine whether LGBT people should be protected by federal law.
This year, it is a record number of gay women who were elected mayors of American cities, and other lesbian candidates are still in the race.
Chick-Fil-A is scheduled to open a new restaurant in the catering air at San Jose International Airport, California next month.
Last Monday, Massachusetts became the 16th State to prohibit “conversion therapies” to minors.
Indeed, Governor Charlie Baker has signed the bill HB 140 into law to ban “conversion therapies” that you also know as “ex-gay or reparative therapy”.
This forum, which will take place on October 10, will allow candidates to present their programs to improve the lives and rights of LGBTQ people.
Vermont will become the 10th State to offer driver’s licenses and identification cards with three gender options.
The victory of Diane Cervelli and Taeko Bufford was confirmed in the trial for discrimination against the owner of a B&B Hotel in Hawaii.
The State of Georgia joins the ever-growing list of States with a proposed law to prohibit “conversion therapies”.
Illinois could allow the teaching of LGBT history since the House of Representatives has just approved the bill by a 60-42 vote.
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.