While public support for the rights of LGBTQ people has greatly increased over time, public perception of LGBTQ rights is still largely incorrect.
A new study has revealed that almost four million of LGBT people live in rural areas and are a fundamental part of these communities.
A survey by PRRI showed that broad support for LGBT rights across the 50 states continues even as support from young Republicans have dropped.
A study noted that those places that hosted then-candidate Donald Trump's political rallies in 2016 saw a 226 percent increase in hate crimes.
The Williams Institute said that the adult US LGBT population might be around 11.3 million people, or around 4.5 percent of the total US population.
The Human Rights Campaign has released their annual Municipal Equality Index detailing 78 LGBT-protected cities out there. Do you live in one of them?
London's annual LGBT Pride celebration was hit by anti-transgender protests from a group who forced their way to the front of the parade.
A recent national poll on the pride flag change showed that while the LGBTQ community advocates inclusivity, we may not be accepting of others.
Talk about having a bad week. In a case of schadenfreude, Trump supporters seem to be getting an idea of how discrimination works and they're not happy.
A survey conducted by BuzzFeed News has pegged the lesbian population at 16 percent of the total LGBT community in the US.