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Republican legislators are pushing a compromise bill called "Fairness for All" Act and we have to wonder: how will this affect the LGBTQ community?

The Federal Bureau of Investigation showed that hate crime statistics were still at an all-time high in 2018 after surging in 2017.

About 200 students walked out of class at a Catholic high school after BuzzFeed News revealed how the school harassed lesbian student Magali Rodriguez.

US soccer star Megan Rapinoe cited football quarterback Colin Kaepernick during her acceptance speech as one of Glamour magazine's Women of the Year.

The "rainbow wave" made itself felt at the polls again with almost half of the LGBTQ candidates that ran in the 2019 state and local elections winning.

The Trump administration will allow taxpayer-funded adoption agencies to refuse LGBTQ families to adopt from them because of religious objections.

A United Nations rights expert warned that global LGBT violence and discrimination are at high levels and called them "disastrous."

Presidential candidate and US Senator Elizabeth Warren may not be a member of the LGBT community like rival candidate Pete Buttilieg, but can she do better?

LGBT acceptance has grown around the world in the past years, but this has also polarized many nations, according to an updated study on the matter.

Pete Buttigieg is the first out presidential candidate in the history of the Democratic Party. Is there a chance that he'll be the first gay US president?