With the victory of Republican candidate Donald Trump in the November 8 elections, what can the American LGBT community expect under a Trump presidency?
On the eve of the elections, here's a look back at the progress made by the LGBT and Obama administration in the fight for greater LGBT rights.
The HRC and LPAC are pushing to get the lesbian vote out for Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton in a last-minute drive before November 8.
LGBT Republican supporters like the Log Cabin are in disarray over whether to endorse Republican Party nominee Donald Trump in the presidential elections.
The LGBT vote will need to make their presence felt again during the November 8 elections to ensure the community will be heard by the next administration.
US President Barack Obama and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon took up the cudgels once more for LGBT rights worldwide at the UN last week.
California's inclusive all-gender restroom bill covering single-occupancy restrooms only needs the signature of Governor Jerry Brown to become law.
Several lesbian Democrat candidates are running for public office this year. Meet three queer women who want to change the American political landscape.
LGBT Republicans do think inclusive progress is being made with the party's platform, but any move to undo this inclusiveness is trying their patience.
When the Democratic National Convention rolled into Philadelphia last Sunday, it showed a Democrat platform that is the most progressive in LGBT history.