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The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of LGBT workers' protections by forbidding job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or transgender status.

During the Black Lives Matter protests, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot slammed a police officer that shouted an anti-gay slur against protesters.

A study has determined that an estimated US$3.8B has boosted state and local economies ever since same-sex weddings were allowed in the US in 2015.

Leaders of US LGBTQ groups have signed a joint statement condemning the latest racial violence and killings of transgender people across the country.

A lesbian couple has become the first to get married in Costa Rica after their country legalized gay marriage.

LGBTQ communities around the world are experiencing a COVID-19 crackdown, with sexual or gender minorities being blamed for the spread of the coronavirus.

A lesbian couple in New Zealand got a twin surprise when both conceived just weeks apart, even though their initial plan was to have one kid at a time.

A number of countries are moving back on the Europe Rainbow Map for a second year, warned the LGBTQ advocacy group ILGA-Europe.

An EU survey has revealed that LGBTQ discrimination is increasing in Europe with six in ten or 62 percent of the community afraid to hold hands in public.

The South Korea LGBTQ community is reeling from homophobic backlash after a man infected by the coronavirus went to clubs in Seoul's gay district.