The historic court battle could prompt a change in law.
Volunteers from Russia's Cossack communities will help police during the tournament but will they interfere with gay fans?
“We will do everything so that our Christian, orthodox values are fortified against these sorts of threats.”
Campaigners have hailed the law as "groundbreaking."
Take Back Oak Lawn group issues crime advisory alert after several attacks in recent days.
Rates of bullying have been found to drop when diverse stories are included in the school curriculum, according to the senator who sponsored the bill.
The city is famed for its strong LGBT culture.
Luis Javier Ruiz claimed his relationship with Jesus enabled him to reverse his sexuality.
The organizers are rallying against policies including the transgender military ban.
At face value, the bill promises freedom from discrimination for all Pennsylvanians. But if the liberal activists promoting the bill have their way, SB 613 would punish Pennsylvanians for their religious and moral beliefs.
LeslieAnn Manning says she was sexually assaulted by a fellow inmate, and claimed she warned prison staff she was vulnerable to attack.
The Italian system does not offer artificial insemination to lesbian parents and registering a child may require the mother to lie that she had sex with a man.
The New York queen speaks exclusively to Newsweek about undergoing gay "conversion therapy."
Weibo’s move has been perceived as a crackdown on ideas that do not fall in line with socialism.
The suspect allegedly believed in Nazi ideology and bragged to friends about killing a gay man.
Activist Mommy blogger Elizabeth Johnston is urging parents to take their children out of school to protest against sex education.
The former chair of a fertility treatment regulator made the comments about eating realistic fake meat.
Rights advocates fear the First Amendment Defense Act will be used to discriminate against same-sex couples, single parents and unmarried couples.
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Trans students using the bathroom of their choice opens up girls to "sexual assault or rape," according to Kozma.
Education secretary was asked to confirm how the Education Department plans to respond to complaints from transgender students who are denied access to bathrooms and lockers based on their gender identity.
The Housing and Urban Development Secretary said women are "not comfortable" sharing a shelter with "somebody who had a very different anatomy."