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Pat Logue, Lambda Legal attorney who won landmark cases, has died

“Pat Logue was a brilliant lawyer, a trailblazing jurist, and a hero to the LGBTQ community," says a Lambda Legal statement.

285 anti-LGBTQ+ bills introduced in state legislatures already this year and it's still January

This follows a year in which more than 550 were introduced and more than 80 passed into law.

Ex-Chicago Police Sergeant Guilty in Transgender Woman’s Sexual Assault Case

James B. Sajdak accepted a plea deal and faces a maximum one-year federal prison sentence for the 2019 incident after facing up to life in prison.

Here Are the 15 Most LGBTQ-Friendly Cities in the U.S.

Are there any that you think should have made the list?

Democrats Introduce Bills to Create National LGBTQ+ History and Culture Museum

Legislation was introduced to establish a dedicated museum within the Smithsonian Institution, which garnered broad support from the Congressional Equality Caucus.

Jussie Smollett Enters Rehab After 'Extremely Difficult Past Few Years'

The announcement comes as the out actor appeals his conviction on charges that he faked a hate crime against himself.

Schools Keep Receiving Bomb Threats After Libs Of TikTok Posts About Them

A pattern of bomb threats trails Libs of TikTok posts, spotlighting the dangerous cusp of online rhetoric and real-world terror.

Pete Buttigieg Has to Keep Explaining to Republicans That Seasons Aren't Climate Change

The Secretary of Transportation finds himself repeatedly schooling the GOP on the difference between seasons and climate change.

GOP Sen. John Kennedy Reads Queer Sex Excerpts at Cringe-Worthy Senate Hearing

The 71-year-old used the words “lube” and “cock” in a sentence during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing..

Illinois Village Settles Discrimination Lawsuit Filed by Gay Man

He was subjected to episodes of violence and called derogatory slurs, the lawsuit alleged.

Illinois Becomes First State to Ban Book Bans

The law will deny state funding to public libraries that ban or restrict books because of “partisan or doctrinal disapproval.”

Navigating Mpox: How to Prepare for Pride Season

A year after the painful infection surfaced in the U.S., Biden administration officials are confident they can keep the virus under control with the public’s help.

Illinois Senator Says All-Gender Restrooms Will Cause Violence 'From Dads Like Me'

State Sen. Neil Anderson said he would beat up any "guy" who entered a restroom where his daughter was present.

'This Book Is Gay' Gets Illinois Teacher Reported to Police

Middle school teacher Sarah Bonner resigned afterward saying she couldn't continue teaching in that atmosphere.

Gay TikTok Influencers' Story of Love and Raising Twins Now a Book

During a time when books by LGBTQ+ authors are being banned, this book seeks to normalize families of different types who all share one thing: love.

The Rainbow Wave Settles In: What New LGBTQ+ Politicians Are Facing

The nation's new out governors, treasurers, and congressmembers are staring down inflation, climate change, and gun violence.