There's a proposal to mark June 26 as LGBT Equality Day in the US. Who would have thought that the 26th of June would have such importance?
Religious Christian schools in the US are pushing the federal government to waive laws that protect the LGBT students using Title IX.
The US government is quietly ensuring LGBT refugees allowed into the country can bring their same-sex partners as well, even if they aren't legally married.
After reversing a court order that a child fostered with a lesbian couple be removed from their home, Utah judge Scott Johansen has opted out on the case.
A study reported that bullying has gone down in states that carry anti-bullying legislation, though more research is needed to determine its effectiveness.
Congress is set to hold its first-ever forum on anti-transgender violence next week in response to the 'epidemic of violence' against transgender people.
The LGBT community was shocked when Houston voted against Proposition 1, or the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, which bans sexual and gender discrimination.
The downside of the SC ruling in favor of same-sex marriage last June is that domestic partner benefits in the US gov't are slowly being recalled.
SAMHSA has come out with a report calling for an end to conversion therapy, which supposedly targets minors' sexual orientation and gender identity.
In an opinion piece for Lesbian News, noted activist Robin Tyler writes about Roberta Kaplan, her new book, United States v Windsor, and the defeat of DOMA.