On Sunday evening, Laverne Cox used her short time introducing Lady Gaga and Metallica to urge viewers to Google Gavin Grimm, a teenager whose case would be going to the Supreme Court this spring.
With the fresh horror of the inauguration merely days away and a long, hard road ahead of all of us, members of the queer community kicked off what will be a weekend of protests and demonstrations around the country by staging a “Queer Dance Party” in front of Mike Pence’s house.
Courtney Graham, a former assistant women’s basketball coach at Drake University in Iowa has filed a lawsuit against her former employer that alleges she was forced to resign from her job after her boss, head coach Jennie Baranczyk, learned she was gay.
An 8-year-old from Secaucus, New Jersey has been banned from the Cub Scouts for being is transgender. Currently, the Boy Scouts of America’s policy is to only accept children whose sex is categorized as male on their birth certificate and currently the organization—known for its conservatism—declines to comment on if…
After a nine hour special session intended to finally repeal the controversial, discriminatory and extremely shitty”bathroom bill,” North Carolina legislators failed in their task to repeal the stupid thing once and for all.
An executive order from Louisiana governor Democrat John Bel Edwards that would’ve protected LGBT people in state government from discrimination was thrown out by a Baton Rouge judge Wednesday on the grounds that the order was unconstitutional.
In a video released on Monday, Republican North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory ended almost a full month of political maneuvering and protest filings and conceded the gubernatorial election to Democrat Roy Cooper, who won with a slim but decisive margin that’s grown to about 10,000 votes.
President-Elect Donald Trump has appointed Betsy DeVos as Education Secretary and, reportedly, Ben Carson as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (Carson has not yet accepted), continuing to plow through his cabinet appointments with the grim determination and exactitude of a seven-year-old deciding which…
The Supreme Court ruled in a 5-3 vote to grant a stay on an order that would allow the student Gavin Grim to use the restroom that corresponds with his gender identity.
Like Bruce Willis drilling himself into the core of an evil asteroid, Third Eye Blind performed to a sea of GOPers at a charity concert in Cleveland last night with the apparent intention of pissing everyone off.
Anderson Cooper is covering the devastating Orlando massacre on the ground this week; on Tuesday, he delivered a righteously satisfying grilling to state attorney general Pam Bondi, whose office spent years fighting gay couples who wanted to have their marriages recognized in Florida.
A directive from the Obama administration will advise officials at U.S. public school districts to allow transgender students access to restrooms that match accordingly with their gender identity.
A bill passed by the Georgia legislature that would allow “discrimination against LGBT people and others by citing religious beliefs” is currently sitting on the desk of the state’s governor, Nathan Deal. But if he signs it, nearly all of Hollywood’s biggest studios—including Disney, Marvel, and Viacom—plan on…
Kentucky, man. I was born in this fine state, and am in fact here right now, but dang, there are some particularly vocal duds roaming around this summer.
Three lesbian couples have sued Arkansas’s state health officials, saying the department refuses to put both parents on their children’s birth certificates. They say the State Health Department will only put the biological mother on a birth certificate, and requires a court order to include the other parent.
A county clerk in Texas is refusing to issue gay marriage licenses, and pretending like she has a good reason. Denton County Clerk Juli Luke issued two statements today, the first saying that she’s refusing to issue the licenses because state law now conflicts with federal law, and the second claiming that actually…
The sad side-part that is Scott Walker spoke to a conservative blog about his thoughts on gay marriage and being pro-life and, unsurprisingly, he had a lot of things to say that didn’t seem to make much sense.
Despite the perception that religion and LGBT intolerance go hand in hand, a national survey by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) shows that statistically, the reality doesn't match up to the perception.
George Takei has written an extraordinary response to Arizona's ridiculous anti-gay law, and it's predictably great.