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Human Rights Campaign to spend $15 million to support Joe Biden's reelection campaign in key swing states

The LGBTQ+ civil rights organization announced significant commitment toward engaging voters who care about equal rights, voters the group calls "equality voters."

A cop allegedly shot and killed his Lyft driver, claiming he was being kidnapped for a 'gay fraternity'

Koby Minor has been charged with murder and aggravated assault after allegedly shooting 35-year-old Reginald Folks to death in his car.

Most Black women don't have access to abortion, and they're going to impact the elections

Out of the 11.8 million Black women between the ages of 15 and 49 in the U.S., 57 percent live in areas that restrict access to abortion.

Denying gender-affirming care coverage violates federal law, says appeals court

The 11th Circuit made the ruling in the case of Houston County, Ga., sheriff's deputy Anna Lange.

Marjorie Taylor Greene finally did it: She triggered motion to end Mike Johnson’s run as Speaker of the House

The Georgia Republican triggered a privileged motion to vacate the office of Speaker of the House on Wednesday afternoon.

Lesbian Georgia welder cites sex discrimination in EEOC complaint against her employer

Megan McDaniel alleges pervasive anti-LGBTQ+ discrimination and retaliation at Republic Services.

LGBTQ+ Georgia Southern University students protest what they call anti-queer decisions by the school

Hundreds of protestors filled the school's student center late Monday, claiming that "the university is showing an endorsement of restricting the rights of LGBTQIA+ people."

Walmart will close all of its health care clinics; most are in rural areas

The closures may leave a gap in health care access, particularly for lower-income patients without insurance who relied on the centers.

Meet the transgender minister representing LGBTQ+ rights in Georgia

Rev. Andi Woodworth was the first out trans pastor to lead the Georgia House in prayer — and believes she helped turn back some anti-trans legislation.

Suspect in killing of Black trans man Righteous Torrence 'TK' Hill identified by police

Hill was the founder and owner of Evollusion, a hair and beauty salon that was a safe space for the Black LGBTQ+ community in the Atlanta area.

Global Black Pride comes to Atlanta for 2024

The city will sizzle this summer as the first U.S. city to host the global event.

Trans corrections officer in Georgia can continue lawsuit, appeals court rules

Trans man Tyler Copeland says he was subjected to a hostile work environment at Rogers State Prison.

Meet Will Wooten, the gay lawyer on the team prosecuting Donald Trump in Georgia

Assistant Fulton County District Attorney Will Wooten is responsible for establishing the county’s first LGBTQ+ Advisory Committee.

Man who accused Republican Matt Schlapp of sexual assault got paid to drop lawsuit: report

New revelations shine a light on the complexities in Matt Schlapp’s sexual assault lawsuit resolution, including a financial settlement and disputed statements challenging his exoneration claim.

Georgia Senate passes bill banning American Library Association from state libraries

The bill’s sponsors blamed the group’s new “Marxist lesbian” president for the legislation.

Georgia hearing: Only anti-trans proponents allowed to speak; those against raise hands

In a hearing in Georgia on Senate Bill 88, a bill that restricts LGBTQ+ curriculum in schools, Republicans only allowed people from Gays Against Groomers and Log Cabin Republicans to speak.

Gay hate-crime survivor becomes police officer in Georgia

Brandon White was attacked for his sexual orientation. Now he's working in public safety.

Arson at Georgia gender-affirming care clinic investigated as hate crime

A fire at a clinic that provides gender-affirming care is being looked at through the lens of recently passed hate crime legislation.

Texas AG Ken Paxton won't leave trans people alone, again requests data from out of state

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has once again requested medical records from a transgender health care provider in another state, despite having no legal jurisdiction.

Newsmax guest makes personal attacks about the looks of MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and Joy Reid

Vernon Jones remarked on Reid’s hair color and said Maddow “wants to look like a man.”