A year-long survey conducted by Gallup last year has reported that the estimated US LGBTQ population has been pegged at 4.5 percent.
It looks like counting the LGBTQ community is back on track for the 2020 Census despite earlier fears that the Trump Administration would remove the LGBTQ from the census.
As protesters took to the streets against gun violence last Saturday for the March For Our Lives in Washington, DC, the LGBTQ community marched along with them.
LGBTQ advocates condemned the continuing incidences of gun violence in the country after the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida that left 17 dead.
It looks like LGBTQ acceptance in the United States is on its way down in the latest survey by the gay rights organization GLAAD. And it's all Trump's fault.
The New York City Anti-Violence Project's Crisis of Hate report detailed an upsurge in anti-LGBTQ killings of 86 percent in 2017 due to Trump's climate of fear.
With hurricanes hitting the US, it's best to be prepared especially against discrimination during disasters. Here are tips on LGBTQ disaster preparedness.
While same-sex marriage is safe, other LGBT rights are under attack in the Trump administration. What are these other LGBT rights that need to be protected?
A month after the new administration was ushered in, there’s a trembling chill being felt by the LGBTQ under Trump. We need to ask: is protest enough?
A Harvard study noted that LGBT living in states open to same-sex relationships are more willing to come out versus those living in states that aren't open.