An LGBT high school student successfully set up a pride festival in Vice President Mike Pence's hometown of Columbus, Indiana over the weekend.
Here's some good news: despite the feeling of doom and gloom in 2018 under the Trump administration, no anti-LGBT bills have been passed yet for this year.
It looks like counting the LGBTQ community is back on track for the 2020 Census despite earlier fears that the Trump Administration would remove the LGBTQ from the census.
As protesters took to the streets against gun violence last Saturday for the March For Our Lives in Washington, DC, the LGBTQ community marched along with them.
Just when you thought the First Amendment Defense Act had been relegated to the dustbin of history, it's back-- and it looks like it's going to be centerpiece of the Trump administration.
Georgia lawmakers have passed a bill against same-sex parent adoption by allowing adoption agencies to refuse to work with LGBTQ couples, among others.
The American Civil Liberties Union lauded the recent decision by a New York federal appeals court on nondiscrimination protections siding with LGBTQ workers.
Human Rights Watch warned of the rise of religious freedom bills in the US at the state level that would allow discrimination against LGBTQ people.
LGBTQ advocates condemned the continuing incidences of gun violence in the country after the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida that left 17 dead.
Why do we distrust US Veep Mike Pence? As the Trump administration's primary symbol of everything anti-LGBTQ, let us count the ways he's targeted the LGBTQ community.