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Eight Indiana lesbian couples won a victory after the Supreme Court ruled that they can include both parents' names on their children's birth certificates.

Nasdaq is pushing a rule that would require all listed companies to have one board director that is female, underrepresented minority, or LGBTQ.

The Washington Post said the New York Times report that more LGBT votes went to Donald Trump in the past November 2020 elections had no bearing.

Supporters of the Ohio Fairness Act are hoping the bill can finally pass after the recent Supreme Court decision favoring LGBT workers.

The EU Commission wants to provide more protection for LGBTQ people in the wake of growing anti-LGBTQ sentiment in Europe.

Majority of the LGBTQ community celebrated the defeat of Donald Trump. But there were also several lesbian electoral victories in the 2020 elections.

In the wake of the November 2020 elections, a New York Times survey reported that LGBT voters who went for President Donald Trump had doubled since 2016.

Trump-linked groups have been spending millions around the world, especially in Europe, to fight LGBT and women's reproductive rights.

Pope Francis has come out with an explicit declaration of support for same-sex civil unions for LGBTQ couples-- but not same-sex marriage.

France has revealed a wide-ranging national plan to fight LGBT discrimination in the country through inclusive education.