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LGBTQ Community Excluded From 2020 Census

Reversing course from a planned initiative to include LGBTQ Americans in the upcoming decennial survey, the US Census Bureau has announced that gender identity...

Study: Mexico Well Ahead of U.S. in LGBT Rights

Study Debunks Stereotype That Mexico Takes Lead From US on Progressive Issues Caroline Beer has spent her career researching comparative data between Latin American countries...

Lord Ahmad concludes UN Human Rights Council with concerns for LGBT...

The UN Human Rights Council concluded its 37th Session with important resolutions on Syria, Iran, DRPK, Burma, South Sudan, Libya, Georgia and with concerns...

Trump Orders Transgender Troops Out Of US Military

Following through on a series of Tweets last summer, President Trump signed orders Friday afternoon, removing almost every transgender soldier and sailor from the...

Male Survivors of Sexual Violence Suffer in Silence Due to Stigma

BANGUI, CAR - In the Central African Republic, 45-year-old “Theodore” was captured by an armed group in February 2017 during an attack on his...

Westminster Abbey Protest Decries Commonwealth’s Anti-Gay Laws

Yesterday, as Queen Elizabeth II, Prime Minister Theresa May, and other high UK officials celebrated Commonwealth Day at London's Westminster Abbey, scores of demonstrators...

Cuomo Signs Order Blocking NY From Doing Business With Discriminatory Firms

Albany, NY – Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a new Executive Order prohibiting all state agencies and pubic authorities from doing business with “companies that promote or tolerate discrimination,” at the 17th annual Human Rights Campaign gala today.

Report Shows Decline In LGBTQ Acceptance

For the first time in years, a stunning report by the Harris Group and the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), shows a...

Florida’s Broward County Passes Ordinance to Protect LGBTQ Youth From Conversion...

Fort Lauderdale, FL - By unanimous vote, Florida’s Broward County voted to enact an ordinance to protect LGBTQ youth and prohibit the use of...

Let Them Have Cake? SCOTUS Gets Case Tuesday

The Supreme Court will begin hearing, today, whether a baker in Colorado is within his rights to refuse making a wedding cake for a...