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An out lesbian judge in Texas, Rosie Speedlin Gonzalez, is being ordered by a state commission to remove a rainbow Pride flag from her courtroom.

Civil liberties groups are set to battle two Idaho anti-transgender laws in court after Governor Brad Little signed them into being.

The Inter-American Court of Human Rights has recently ruled that the Peru government was responsible for the arbitrary detention and rape of an LGBT person.

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the world, global LGBTQ groups are preparing for the impact of the coronavirus to protect their communities.

The Southern Poverty Law Center warned that the number of anti-LGBTQ hate groups are up by 43 percent in 2019, from 49 in 2018 to 70 last year.

Singapore upholds the criminalization of homosexuality based on the 1938 anti-gay colonial law when the country was still under British rule.

In the Universal Periodic Review of the UN Human Rights Council, Egypt rejected calls to end their crackdown agaisnt the LGBT people.

Civil rights advocates have filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration in the noneforcement of nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ Americans.

Two lesbian officers are suing the Michigan corrections department for harassment and discrimination because of their sexual orientation.

With the worries of COVID-19 in the US, the image of a lesbian with a lanyard working at CDC has become an inspiration for the LGBTQ community on Twitter.