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The family of Matthew Shepard, whose death led to the creation of a hate crimes law, criticized Attorney General William Barr for hypocrisy in a speech.

While the Supreme Court is deliberating whether LGBTQ employees are protected by their civil rights, many US states don't provide LGBTQ worker protections.

There are almost nine million LGBTQ voters registered to vote. Unfortunately. one out of five LGBTQ adults are not registered to vote.

Human Rights Campaign is partnering with legal firms to form an LGBTQ litigation hub that would take on the Trump administration endangering our equality.

LGBTQ organizations expressed their support on a possible inquiry into a Trump impeachment by Congress, but are wary speaking on the impeachment itself.

Human rights groups have banded together and are calling on the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement to release LGBTQ migrant detainees in their custody.

The Supreme Court of Kazakhstan gave that country's LGBTQ community its first legal victory by ruling in favor of a lesbian couple on a privacy issue.

The state of New York has become the sixth in the US to ban the "gay panic defense" in murder cases that defendants use to justify attacks on LGBTQ victims.

The county of the Los Angeles jurisdiction will the first in the US to keep track of all violent deaths involving LGBTQ victims.

US Vice President Mike Pence went around the world with his homophobic baggage and got an LGBTQ welcome in his visits to Iceland and Ireland.