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Members of the LGBTQ community in the Philippines on a Pride march were forcefully confronted by police, with 20 of the protestors being arrested.

A survey conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation showed that a large majority of Americans-- including Republicans-- are against LGBTQ discrimination.

The US Marine Corp came up with a force-wide message that recognized LGBT Marines in their ranks and then defended it against online trolls.

The human rights plan of the State Department under Secretary Mike Pompeo could be used to change the definition of human rights in the US.

More than half of LGBTQ Americans believe that things have gotten worse for the community under the Trump administration, in a survey by YouGov.

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.