One week has passed since the recent US elections and the LGBT community has made historic gains with several LGBT midterm poll winners.
It's important that the LGBT midterms vote makes its presence felt on November 6 because their lives depend on it. Here are some of the reasons why.
A Trump anti-transgender memo is set to make the biggest rollback against transgender people by defining gender as a biological, unchanging condition.
The Trump administration has given a deadline for gay diplomats and employees of the United Nations to marry their same-sex partners or leave the country.
The Values Voter Summit that occurred over the weekend was a veritable who's who of the religious right, complete with the presence of Vice President Mike Pence.
Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke out against President Donald Trump and his bullying of the LGBT community. at the dinner organized by the Human Rights Campaign.
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.
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.
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.