Leaders of US LGBTQ groups have signed a joint statement condemning the latest racial violence and killings of transgender people across the country.
The Southern Poverty Law Center warned that the number of anti-LGBTQ hate groups are up by 43 percent in 2019, from 49 in 2018 to 70 last year.
With the worries of COVID-19 in the US, the image of a lesbian with a lanyard working at CDC has become an inspiration for the LGBTQ community on Twitter.
The Movement Advancement Project noted that the LGBTQ rights progress in the US from 2010 to 2020 has been uneven in the different American states.
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.
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.