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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.

An investigative report by Reuters noted that attacks against lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders are not being reported as hate crimes.

What does it mean for the LGBT people in Europe and worldwide that the UK is leaving the EU, also known as 'Brexit'? Is this a good or bad thing?

President Barack Obama's endorsement of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton means a lot to the LGBT community.

Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning is the first openly gay person to head any branch of the US Military, 5 years after the end of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."

Dubbed the 'Battle of the Bathroom,' the struggle for transgender equality and the fight against LGBT discrimination centers on trans access to bathrooms.

The Justice Department called for the repeal of North Carolina's HB2 on Wednesday, saying that the law violates the US Civil Rights Act.

LGBT legal protections have come under attack again, as a controversial defense bill amendment was approved by the House Armed Services Committee.