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The awarding of the 2020 Jim Duggins Prize to Larissa Lai shows how this lesbian writer has achieved a milestone in her career.

Grace Helen Whitener is set to become the first disabled black lesbian to take a position as a Washington state Supreme Court justice.

WWE Superstar and mixed martial artist Sonya Deville is bringing LGBTQ representation to the world of American professional wrestling.

LGBTQ activist Phyllis Lyon, who co-founded the Daughters of Bilitis, has died at the age of 95 from natural causes at her San Francisco home.

While most Americans regard Harvey Milk as the first elected openly gay official, it was actually out lesbian and activist Kathy Kozachenko.

Charmaine McGuffey used to be a deputy sheriff of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office. Now she's aiming to be the first female out LGBTQ sheriff in Ohio.

Irish-born Luchia Fitzgerald, has spent her whole life fighting for the rights of LGBT and women in Manchester-- and still continues to do so today.

French director and screenwriter Céline Sciamma is well known for her body of work that focuses on women on the cusp of major change.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, who is openly gay, continues to fight for the people while ensuring that the state remains inclusive for everyone.

Jennifer Dane has been named by America’s largest LGBTQ military non-profit as its interim executive director, replacing Andy Blevins.