The European Union is set to start legal proceedings against two of its member-nations, Hungary and Poland, for discriminating against LGBTQ people.
The LGBTQ community in China faced a crackdown when Tencent shut down their accounts on the popular WeChat social media platform.
A review by the LGBTQ Victory Institute reported that candidates of queer cis women have done better in previous elections as compared to queer cis men.
This is the halfway mark. As we head to the halfway point of 2021 things are still a bit wobbly, in case you haven’t noticed.
The US federal government will allow transgender and intersex people to identify as a third gender on travel documents without needing medical documents.
President Joe Biden has designated a national memorial the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida to honor the 49 people who were killed there in 2016.
When lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults are faced with homophobic statements, they experience stress that can contribute to heart disease.
A group has accused some pro-LGBTQ companies that tout support for gay rights but are also supporting anti-LGBTQ legislators through corporate donations.
Vice President Kamala Harris has become the first sitting vice president to attend a Pride March after making a surprise visit to the Capitol Pride Walk.
An Uzbekistan leader has called for the revocation of the citizenship of LGBT people in their country and deporting them.