Three hijra — India's legally recognized trans or third gender citizens — have taken part in an a bold new health campaign titled, 'Love Your Breasts. Or Lose Your Breasts.'
Samantha Hulsey survived being stabbed in the chest on a San Francisco bus and says it's clear that her accused attacker targeted her for being trans.
The Florida senator and presidential contender can hardly be taken at his word when reacting to gay and lesbian couples marrying in his home state.
The four-term U.S. senator and LGBT ally announced today she will not run for reelection in 2016.
As the company claims such discrimination is legal and that it isn't bound by its own antibias policies, the Human Rights Campaign suspends its Corporate Equality Index score.
A prominent conservative pundit dedicated a significant amount of airtime on his radio show Wednesday to lamenting 'terrorism' — by which he meant the firing of an antigay fire chief in Atlanta.
Florida's attorney general says her desire for legal consistency was behind her repeated attempts to delay same-sex marriage.
The minister who this week told NPR his story of rejecting his attraction to men has a gay brother, Dexter, who's faced tremendous anguish in the face of his family's anti-LGBT beliefs.
Expect a tough grilling when three marriage cases reach the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday.