As today’s primary results come in, one major victory is not for any political party, but for the LGBTQ community as a whole. With her win tonight, Vermont Democratic nominee Christine Hallquist becomes the first openly transgender gubernatorial nominee for a major party.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday that the Department of Justice is creating a “religious liberty task force.”
Here’s a trash piece of content from the New York Times:
A lot of people went to great lengths Friday to let Vice President Mike Pence know he’s far from beloved in Columbus, OH.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of the Colorado bakery that refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple in 2012.
A 33-year-old transgender Honduran woman who was part of the so-called refugee caravan has died after being detained by immigration authorities.
In case you missed it, yesterday, May 23, was officially Stormy Daniels Day over in West Hollywood. As part of the celebration, West Hollywood Mayor John J. Duran presented the adult film star with a key to the city for somehow being the one person able to hold President Donald Trump accountable.
A Republican congressional candidate in California would like the world to know that she is NOT afraid to harass and humiliate a transgender woman just trying to use the bathroom in peace.
On Thursday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo put out a statement to mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
The Trump administration has rolled back yet another policy directive set by former President Barack Obama, this time involving protections for transgender prison inmates.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin did something good on Friday and then two things that are really bad.
It took 35 days and 2,434 miles across Mexico until the most vulnerable migrants on the refugee caravan were able to seek asylum in the United States.
Internal documents show a “massive disconnect” between what was discussed by a military panel, convened to evaluate the impact of allowing transgender military members to serve, and what was eventually recommended.
MSNBC host Joy Reid opened her Saturday morning news talk show with another apology of sorts over homophobic blog posts and tweets that have cast her into a critical public spotlight yet again this week.
MSNBC host Joy Reid’s claim this week that newly-surfaced homophobic posts on her old politics blog were the work of malicious hackers was bizarre enough, but the explanation Reid and her “cybersecurity expert” are spinning now feels even more outlandish.
MSNBC host Joy Reid is making national news—not for revving up her fans in the anti-Trump Resistance, but for homophobic remarks that have surfaced from her now-defunct blog and years-old tweets.
When he was a Republican lawmaker from Kansas, CIA Director and current nominee for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made it clear he wanted nothing to do with the “perversion” of LGBTQ people. Those remarks came back to haunt him at his confirmation hearing on Thursday, when he repeatedly refused to say whether his…
After months of close campaigning, voters in Anchorage, AK, rejected a measure to force transgender people to use the bathroom that corresponds with their birth certificate, rather than their gender identity, making it the first time a so-called “bathroom bill” was decided by voters.