If you didn't know my role in the Aaron Hernandez story, you might think I was the one who shot my best friend in the face and left him for dead in a Florida parking lot.
"Trying to change gender identity is dangerous, and affirming gender identity is protective," Dr. Jack Turban, lead author of the study, told Newsweek.
Survivors of the pseudoscientific practice aimed at changing a person's gender or sexuality linked to suicide shared their experiences with Newsweek.
San Antonio is trying to keep Chick-fil-A out of its airport due to the restaurant chain's alleged anti-LGTBQ views.
Conservative radio host Bryan Fischer made the false claim that Adolf Hitler's Nazi Party was formed in a "gay bar in Munich, Germany."
The expectation of family togetherness can cause significant anxiety in the LGBTQ community this time of year and, frankly, be dangerous.
"I'm not usually one to rely on your books for political analogy, because they're for children, obviously, but I think it's appropriate to make an exception in this case: You've just joined the Death Eaters," comedian Avery Edison quipped in response to Rowling's tweet.
Conservative Christian radio host said The Hallmark Channel was bullied by the "Gay Gestapo" into reversing their decision to pull an advertisement showing a same sex couple kissing.
The Hallmark Channel sparked outrage after it bowed to pressure from conservative campaign groups and took four ads for wedding planning website Zola that featured a same-sex couple off the air.
An LGBTQ news site has claimed that the number of people who supposedly signed a petition against a hypothetical gay Christmas movie website are artificially inflated.
Evangelist Franklin Graham expressed his outrage over an Ohio school district's decision to allow transgender students unrestricted locker room access in a pair of tweets.
After two similar decisions earlier in the month, a third federal judge has thrown out a Trump administration rule that would have allowed medical personnel to use their religious beliefs to deny care to LGBTQ people and women.
The nation's largest association of physicians supports a ban on the practice of trying to turn members of the LGBTQ community "straight."
On this International Trans Day of Remembrance, a new report says 311 trans people were murdered worldwide this year.
Pope Francis compared the persecution and hatred of homosexuals to Nazism. "That is what was done in those days and today it is happening again."
The Salvation Army confirmed that Goulding would perform at the halftime concert kicking off its Red Kettle Campaign fundraising drive, after she considered canceling.
During an interview, the new Human Rights Campaign leader, Alfonso David, said President Trump is "the worst president on LGBTQ issues ever" and that he is "attacking people for who they are."
"We were intimate on many levels. And all I can say is that it was very deep, and we were very connected," Robyn Crawford said of her romance with the late singer.
A South African woman took her recently-outed husband of six years to court for $600,000 in damages.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are allegedly refusing to abide by the ruling of a federal judge, as they continue to detain an LGBT asylum seeker without making an "individualized determination" about the case.
Half of U.S. voters said they were either definitely ready (33 percent) or probably ready (17 percent) for a gay or lesbian president.
A Republican candidate for an Indianapolis city council seat has been criticized for releasing a campaign ad that allegedly uses his opponent's bisexual status as a "wedge issue."
A North Texas high school communications teacher and speech team coach has been fired for "a violation of the district's texting policy" but he claims that it's about his sexuality.
Responding to a parliamentary committee's failure to recommend a nationwide ban on conversion therapy, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern expressed concerns that such a ban could have consequences for religious freedom at a press conference Monday.
A Florida Christian school fired a teacher for being gay and the Trump administration's interpretation of the Civil Rights Act may back their decision.
Some feminists claim that the move is part of a concerted effort towards the "elimination of women's biology."
A married gay couple from Argentina adopted a baby girl with HIV after the child had been rejected on 10 other occasions.
Proposed amendments from the Church of Latter-Day Saints are not likely to prevent a ban on conversion therapy in Utah.
Perkins County Schools suspended their policy on transgender people using identity-appropriate restrooms after the superintendent received death threats.
The openly-gay Democratic presidential candidate has been married to his husband Chasten since 2018.