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Human Rights Campaign's State Equality Index notes that most states don't have laws banning discrimination and preventing legislation curtailing gay rights.

Brazil’s election of the far-right President Jair Bolsonaro has made things more ominous for the LGBTQ community, given the Brazilian leader's homophobia.

Japan's LGBT community experienced a setback with the Japanese high court upholding a law that requires transgender people to be sterilized.

While the recent 2018 midterm elections gave us hope, conservative state legislators are doing their best to pass a slew of 2019 anti-LGBT bills.

A Japanese lesbian couple is going on a wedding world tour of LGBTQ-friendly countries to push for same-sex equality in Japan.

UFC fighter Amanda Nunes took down Cris Cyborg in a superfight, proving that she could the first greatest women's MMA fighter of all time.

LGBTQ advocates are hopeful that a comprehensive LGBTQ non-discrimination protection bill, the Equality Act, will soon be pushed in the new Congress.

Revelations in the investigation of the 2016 presidential election continue, the latest being that Russian trolls had targeted the LGBTQ community.

President Donald Trump’s choice for his next Attorney General is William Barr, a former Bush official who's against the LGBTQ community and women.

The dream of an LGBT-friendly Asia doesn't seem near after Taiwan rejected marriage equality. Here's the lowdown on the other Asian countries.