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Spain will now allow single women, lesbians, bisexual women, and transgender people to access free medically assisted reproduction, including IVF.

A lesbian foster parent in Tennessee is suing the federal government after a child services agency with a government contract rejected her.

As the European Union threatens to withdraw funding, the Polish repeal of anti-LGBT resolutions has begun with some regional councils in Poland retreating.

Grubhub has partnered with the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce to provide financial grants that would support LGBTQ restaurants.

An LGBT exhibit that was displayed at the Missouri state capitol in Jefferson City was removed due to a complaint by a legislative staffer.

Twenty US states are suing the Biden administration to prevent them from extending federal sex discrimination protections to the LGBTQ people.

With the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan sending the Afghan LGBTQ people into hiding, LGBTQ organizations have called for help to evacuate them.

The government of Nicaragua is reportedly targeting the country's oldest LGBTQ rights group, among the many other groups fighting for human rights.

A married lesbian couple was found dead near a campsite in Utah after their friends and families reported them missing. They were reportedly shot.

A Kansas lesbian student faced off and won against a homophobic school bus driver and the principal of her school after an investigation.