Talk about having a bad week. In a case of schadenfreude, Trump supporters seem to be getting an idea of how discrimination works and they're not happy.
For the second time in two years, President Donald Trump has not given LGBT recognition during Pride Month despite touting himself as an ally of the community.
Women took to the streets again in the US and around the world last January 20 as part of Women's March 2018 against the Trump administration.
The New York City Anti-Violence Project's Crisis of Hate report detailed an upsurge in anti-LGBTQ killings of 86 percent in 2017 due to Trump's climate of fear.
Almost going unnoticed last week was President Donald Trump firing the remaining 16 members of the national AIDS council before the year ended.
The Trump administration's actions in treating the LGBTQ community is reminiscent of then-President Ronald Reagan's reaction to the AIDS crisis in the 1980s.
2017 has been a dumpster fire under the Trump administration. Here are 5 LGBT issues that got us scared and fighting for our rights and our lives this past year.
The Trump administration has surprisingly nominated out lesbian Chai Feldblum for a third term as a commissioner of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
After promising to favor the LGBT community in last year's campaign, President Donald Trump is now meeting with anti-LGBT groups. Not surprising.
Despite Donald Trump's move to pin the blame of the Orlando tragedy on Muslim Americans, it seems like Muslims in the US are more accepting of LGBTQ.