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Is My Husband's Not Gay an Ad for the 'Ex-Gay' Industry?

Opposition against TLC's new documentary about four Mormon men who are attracted to men but married to women is growing as the show's air date nears.

15 Brutal Attacks That Show Anti-LGBT Hate Is Still Very Real

LGBT people were attacked, harassed, and brutalized this year, but very few states in the U.S. specifically classify these assaults as hate crimes.

Florida Counties Dismantle Services to Stop Weddings

Court clerks are refusing marriage services to all couples to avoid marrying same-sex couples despite being forced to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Florida Man Gets 30 Years in Prison for Murdering Trans Woman

A 23-year-old Florida man has been sentenced for the murder of Ashley Sinclair (pictured), over a year after the transgender woman's murder.

San Antonio GOP Wants to Repeal LGBT Ordinance

Less than two weeks after Fayetteville, Ark., voters repealed a nondiscrimination ordinance, San Antonio's Republicans are hoping to do the same thing.

Laverne Cox Joins Leading Trans Women Activists on Fashion Magazine Cover

The "world's first transversal magazine" broke ground by featuring 14 leading trans activists on the cover to commemorate the publication's fifth anniversary.

Three Philly Gay-Bashing Suspects Will Face Trial

Judge Charles Hayden ruled that the prosecution had sufficient evidence to try the suspects beginning January 6.

Florida's Pam Bondi Makes Final Play to Keep Marriage Ban

Florida attorney general Pam Bondi is trying to derail marriage equality, yet again.

Local Virginia School Board Rejects Bathroom Rights for Trans Students

A county school board in Virginia passed a policy restricting trans students to using single-stall restrooms or those for their birth gender.

Miami-Dade OK's Trans Protections After Hours of Emotional Debate

The ordinance extends nondiscrimination protections to trans people in housing, public accommodations, and employment.

Could a New Defense Dept. Policy Allow for Open Trans Service?

New policy changes to military regulations within the Department of Defense could allow transgender members to serve in the military, contends a new report from the Palm Center.

Michigan AG Asks Supreme Court To Skip Ruling on Marriage Equality

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette filed a petition urging the U.S. Supreme Court to leave the decision for marriage equality to voters.

Florida Republican Makes Another Attempt at Pro-LGBT Rights Bill

Republican state representative Holly Raschien helped bridge the gap to file the employment nondiscrimination bill that has failed several times.

Kansas Gov., ACLU Up Ante on Both Sides of Marriage Fight

The ACLU attorney representing same-sex couples who sued for marriage rights is amending the lawsuit to increase the impact of marriage equality in Kansas.

Trans Women to Get Own Housing Unit on Rikers Island

The New York City jail is opening a new housing unit for transgender women to offer protection against rape and other violent incidents.

Fatal 2012 Attack on Texas Lesbian Couple 'Not A Hate Crime'

David Strickland was arrested in connection to a violent attack on a lesbian couple.

Florida Threatens Driver's Licenses of Married Gay Couple

The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles is threatening a same-sex couple's driving privileges after they went public with their story surrounding the difficulty of legally changing their names.

Federal Judge Strikes Down South Carolina's Marriage Ban

U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel ruled South Carolina's marriage ban unconstitutional, but placed his decision on hold until November 20.

Another 'License to Discriminate' Bill Proposed in Texas

Sen. Donna Campbell is trying to legalize discrimination against LGBT people for the second time.

Ohio: LGBT Leaders, Politicians Call for Justice After Transgender Hate Crime

A leading transgender activist's brutal attack in Toledo, Ohio has drawn local and national attention.