by Casey Quinlan Jan 8, 2016
More people are identifying as bisexual, a CDC survey shows.
by Zack Ford Jan 8, 2016
These two heroes helped close a prominent ex-gay organization and are finally putting their own lives back together.
by Zack Ford Jan 6, 2016
Roy Moore isn't convinced the U.S. Constitution applies to Alabama.
by Casey Quinlan Jan 6, 2016 Updated: Jan 7, 2016
It could be a "lifeline" for students plagued by harassment and bullying.
by Jack Jenkins Jan 5, 2016
“It’s time!” she said.
by Ian Millhiser Jan 5, 2016
Stacey Schuett and Lesly Taboada-Hall were married before the latter's death. But FedEx thinks their marriage doesn't count because they are lesbians.
by Zack Ford Jan 5, 2016
At least two bills will try to undermine LGBT protections in Georgia this year.
by Zack Ford Dec 30, 2015
Using the bathroom that matches their gender would cost transgender people up to $5,000 and up to a year in jail.
"This was the price the Kleins had to pay for following the teachings of Jesus Christ."
by Josh Israel Dec 23, 2015
But for a few lucky breaks in a 2001-2002 Massachusetts amendment fight, same-sex couples in the Bay State and 49 others might waited years longer to see their unions equally recognized.