A sinister pattern has emerged as multiple cities witness threats against LGBTQ-friendly events.
September 25 2023 7:02 PM
Despite injuring one of the Connecticut bar's owners and allegedly hurling anti-LGBTQ+ slurs at people, the assailant hasn't been charged with a hate crime.
Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff will host a virtual roundtable today with LGBTQ+ students from across the country.
A Black gay man stands to become Connecticut's treasurer, while Black and transgender women had breakthroughs in Minnesota.
The group of mothers was upset about a special Pride display of LGBTQ-themed books in the children's section of a library in Connecticut.
The suit focused on two trans athletes, but they've now graduated, rendering the challenge moot, a federal judge ruled.
The Department of Justice will no longer back Connecticut parents suing to keep transgender girls from participating in girls' interscholastic sports.
The department says transgender girls shouldn't be allowed to compete with cisgender girls and threatens federal funding for some Connecticut locales.
The Justice Department has taken a stand in a Connecticut lawsuit that seeks to bar trans girls from competing with their cisgender peers.
A lawsuit filed by an anti-LGBTQ group claims trans girls have an advantage over cisgender girls -- not so, say advocates for trans athletes.