If you're attending the Women's March, you're in good company as a number of national LGBTQ groups like the HRC and the NCLR will also be there.
While lesbian Chinese still have to fight for acceptance in China, they also have to deal with the patriarchal tradition of inequality among the sexes.
Jeff Sessions is the man of the hour as President-elect Donald Trump's DOJ nominee is set to face confirmation hearings at the Senate this week.
The Chinese LGBT market is set to expand with Chinese companies willing to be LGBT-friendly. However, LGBTs working in these companies are still wary.
Obama dropped hints of his administration's accomplishments like LGBT progress in achieving equality as he prepares his final address before stepping down.
Though President-elect Donald Trump is yet to be sworn in, the Republican-held Congress is set to push the anti-LGBT FADA bill with the support of Trump.
The HRC has identified LGBT-friendly states for the year 2016, and which states have been targeting the LGBT community with discriminatory legislation.
With the victory of President-elect Donald Trump, groups are already organizing the LGBT response to Trump and his anti-LGBT administration.
More businesses in the US are instituting LGBT-friendly work policies, according to the HRC Foundation in their annual Corporate Equality Index report.
Incumbent NC Governor Pat McCrory lost his re-election bid as North Carolina voters showed their unhappiness over his support of the anti-LGBT law HB2.