Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts didn't think there was anything radical about the trans-inclusive public accommodations ordinance her city passed in February. Republican leaders disagreed.
The president issues a strong statement on the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.
In a sweeping takedown of bathroom bills, Rep. Alan Grayson has reportedly become the first to say the word 'cisgender' in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Finally leaving the Oklahoma legislature, Kern goes out with a bang.
Pat McCrory's reelection effort is hawking bumper stickers that read, "It's Just Common Sense," which may be an oblique reference to the state's anti-LGBT law.
He's left the ring and is about to be crowned the victor of a new, powerful political office, despite his rampant homophobia.
We may not be the target this time, but we can empathize with being scapegoated, writes former Republican and onetime Trump acquaintance Jimmy LaSalvia.