The Court of Appeals ruled that protections against sex discrimination in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects people from job discrimination based on their sexual orientation.
LGBTQ, human rights groups denounce cancellation of sexual orientation questions on U.S. census.
In many cases, TV movies led the way for queer representation in popular culture, taking the chances the film industry often wasn't willing to take.
Trump's team aims for a White House website makeover, with content to reflect the new president's views.
George Michael was both a musical icon and a figure of hope and heroism for his communities.
Tom Hanks, Robert De Niro, Bruce Springsteen and Diana Ross also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
In 1979, hundreds of LGBT activists convened at the Arch Street Meeting House in Philadelphia to plan a march on Washington.
The 500 LGBT refugees living in Nairobi are putting their lives on hold until they can resettle in a place they are accepted.
The Democratic front-runner sent a message of support to a transgender individual who was attacked on a New York City train.
Campaigners said it is "frightening" that an ally has had to issue such a warning.
The paper will affect the lives of 1.3 billion Catholics.
Kiev wants a European future, but LGBT rights remain neglected.
Title IX's inclusion of transgender and gay rights on campus has Christian universities controversially requesting exemptions on the basis of religious freedom.
Members of the country's largest LGBT group applauded Clinton for her ongoing efforts to advance their cause.
Gay men can now donate blood 12 months after their last sexual contact with another man.
Richard Dowling and Cormac Gollogly are the first gay couple to marry in Ireland.
The judge earlier this week said heterosexual couples are more fit to raise children.