With only a couple of months leading to the November polls, more LGBTQ women candidates are stepping up to fight for the community's rights.
Our favorite UFC Champ Amanda Nunes is set to claim the featherweight title from current titleholder, Cris Justino, in the first women's MMA superfight.
A US federal appeals court ruled in favor of Marsha Wetzel, who sued a senior living center for not protecting her against harassment from other tenants.
Sixteen states want the Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision that says workplace anti-discrimination laws cover transgender workers as well.
Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona, who recently passed away, was an opponent in the fight for LGBT equality. But he later became a reluctant advocate.
Labeled as an anti-LGBT hate group, the Alliance Defending Freedom is the main force that's trying to roll back LGBT rights through the courts.
A "rainbow wave" is coming this November, with a record number of LGBT candidates running for office during the 2018 midterm elections.
Under the Trump administration, anti-homophobia is seen as anti-Christian as homophobic discrimination in other countries are viewed as religious freedom.
A recent survey has come out detailing the top LGBTQ poll issues for the 2018 midterms elections. At the number one spot of LGBT concerns is: gun reform.
A federal court has ruled that a religious agency can't take taxpayer funds while stopping LGBT foster parents from adopting children.