After a transgender teenage boy passed away, his parents had to make a difficult decision: would they use his birth name or chosen name?
"The Sims markets itself on 'playing with life,' yet is lacking in such an important part in representation," wrote Twitch streamer Momo Misfortune to Newsweek.
The poll, which was conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) found that 76 percent of Americans are in support of laws that protect LGBTQ individuals from being discriminated against in housing, jobs and public life.
Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill on Thursday prohibiting transgender athletes from competing on female sports teams.
"I haven't looked yet to whether that requires an executive order," the executive director of the White House Gender Policy Council said.
"The QAnon vibe in this chamber has gone too far," Pocan said before the House passed the Equality Act, which expands LGBTQ rights.
The Supreme Court's landmark ruling in the Bostock case protected employees from being discriminated on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The Equality Act, however, would expand those protections for LGBTQ Americans seeking equal access to healthcare, housing and education.
Ryan Anderson's "When Harry Became Sally" has been removed from Amazon's cyber shelves. The author argues the book is crucial to the dialogue around transgender people, especially as the Biden administration moves to introduce more trans policies.
Photos of Barbie wearing a "Love Wins" T-shirt from a 2017 collaboration have sparked a discussion about the doll's girlfriend.
Employees at Penguin Random House Canada reportedly confronted management in a town hall meeting after it was announced it would publish Peterson's new book in 2021.
Steven Arauz was dismissed from his $49,000-a-year position at Forest Lake Education Center shortly after featuring in an article published by online news site Gays With Kids.
President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick would have the government intervene in the most intimate aspects of personal life. But a mask mandate? Never.
Advocacy groups called it a "disservice" that moderator Susan Page failed to bring up Vice President Mike Pence's anti-LGBTQ record.
The Supreme Court ruled LGBTQ workers are entitled to the Civil Rights Act's protections against job discrimination, but that law has limits—and should be fixed.
The former president tweeted the message after the court ruled that gay and transgender people were protected against employment discrimination.
Discrimination contradicts my values, and it's undeniably bad for business.
Menashi's confirmation has been opposed by several progressive organizations, including Planned Parenthood, the Council on American-Islamic Relations and Alliance for Justice.
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're invisible in this conversation," tweeted Charlotte Clymer, a press secretary at the Human Rights Campaign.
A Coca-Cola ad campaign in Hungary has led to anti-LGBTQ feelings and a fine of 500,000 HUF.
Only 40 percent of Republicans support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, but 65 percent don't think an employee should be fired for being gay.
The Ugandan bill—colloquially known as "Kill the Gays"—was nullified in 2014 on a technicality but the government said it plans to resurrect the bill within a few weeks.
The two Democratic presidential hopefuls plan to repeal the Trump Administration's transgender military ban and religious exemption policies.
Introduced in 2017, the ban was overturned by ruling late last Friday by U.S. District Judge William Jung .
Three explosive cases are about to test whether conservative Supreme Court justices are seen to rule according to their professed legal principles—or their politics.
California does not just tolerate diversity—we celebrate it.
"Compared to two years ago, Republicans are notably more supportive of transgender military service," a recent report from Public Religion Research Institute says.
Kendall Brown and Mindy Rackley said they were told their rehearsal dinner was being canceled out of "love" because they were "in an unhealthy relationship."
Around 1,000 people have now signed a petition calling on the school to reverse their decision.