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Meet Some of the 60,000 LGBTQ Immigrants Impacted by DACA Hearing

As the Supreme Court hears the DACA case, we present the stories of people who will be affected by the outcome.

Robyn Crawford on Loving Whitney Houston: "It Was Deep"

Whitney Houston, one of the greatest singers of all time, hid a secret relationship with a woman. Now, that woman, Robyn Crawford, finally speaks.

Delta Vows to Restore Deleted Gay Love Scenes in Booksmart, Rocketman

The airline faced backlash after reports emerged that scenes involving same-sex intimacy were cut from the films. 

Alabama Abortion Ban Blocked by Federal Judge

The ban was scheduled to take effect November 15.

College Students Say They Were Kicked Out of Frat Party for Being Gay

The University of Memphis says it is investigating the event as "bigotry."

Why The Advocate Revived Its Original Logo for Stonewall's 50th

Old look, new way, same us. Welcome to Pride 2020. 

Ex-Chicago Cop Faces Felony Charges for Gay Bar Fight

Eric Elkins faces aggravated battery charges in the September attack at a Chicago gay club last year.

Nancy Pelosi Calls Trump's Decision on Health Care 'Downright Deadly'

Trump's administration expanded religious protections for health care workers, a move that will directly impact LGBTQ people. 

The Life of Gay Teen Nigel Shelby Celebrated With Rainbow Casket

Shelby, a victim of suicide, was laid to rest over the weekend.

Pete Buttigieg Falsely Accused of Sexual Assault by Far-Right Catfish

Allegations that Mayor Pete Buttigieg assaulted another gay man emerged on Monday and were quickly found to be untrue. 

Trump Comes Out in Support of Cher Following Her Immigration Tweets

Conservatives are rushing to celebrate a tweet from Cher that has some thinking she supports Trump. 

Morehouse College Will Now Accept Transgender Students

The historically black all-male college follows in the footsteps of its sister school - Spelman College - in efforts to be more inclusive. 

Chicago Officially Sues Jussie Smollett Over 'False' Reports

A lawsuit has been filed by Cook County against actor Jussie Smollett for damages associated the investigation into his reported hate crime incident.

Massachusetts Becomes 16th State to Ban Conversion Therapy for Minors

The bill has been signed into law by the state's governor. 

Chicago Police Announce Protest in Wake of Jussie Smollett Case

The union representing Chicago police officers has announced a protest as their calls for a federal probe into Jussie Smollett's case intensify. 

Chicago Mayor: Jussie Smollett Case Is 'Whitewash of Justice'

The city's top officials slammed the dismissal of charges against gay actor Jussie Smollett. 

Jussie Smollett Has Been Cleared of All Charges

Chicago Police superintendent Eddie Johnson appeared visibly angry at the news, according to sources.


Jussie Smollett’s Lawyer Tried to Extort Nike with Michael Avenatti

Mark Geragos has been named as a co-conspirator to Michael Avenatti in allegedly trying to extort the company earlier this week.  

United Airlines Will Now Offer Nonbinary Options for Passengers

The airline is aiming to be the industry leader for LGBTQ inclusivity. 

Are Queer People Making Marriage Better?

Conservatives feared the legalization of same-sex marriage would radically change the institution forever. And it did, but just not how they expected.