Federal Court Rules In Favor Of Transgender Students

A federal appeals court on Thursday ruled in favor of transgender students

Realtor Group Drops Support For GOP Rep. Who Said It's OK Not To Sell Homes To Gays

The nation's largest real estate trade association has dropped its endorsement of California Representative Dana Rohrabacher after he said it's OK not to sell homes to LGBT people

Support For Gay Marriage Hits New High

Support for marriage equality has hit a new high in the United States

Timothy Dolan On Pope Francis' Remarks To Gay Man: Beautiful, Need Clarification

New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan has described remarks Pope Francis reportedly made to a gay man as 'beautiful' and in need of clarification

Gay Man Denied Marriage License By Kim Davis Loses Primary Bid

A gay man to whom Rowan Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis nearly three years ago refused to issue a marriage license has lost his primary bid to run against her

Gay Candidate Lupe Valdez Wins Democratic Runoff For Texas Governor

Lupe Valdez on Tuesday won a Democratic primary runoff for Texas governor

Federal Judge Declines To Dismiss Transgender Teen Gavin Grimm's Title IX Case

A federal judge on Tuesday declined to dismiss a transgender teen's lawsuit challenging his Virginia school district's bathroom policy

House Amendment Would Block Trump's Ban On Transgender Troops

An amendment that would block President Donald Trump's ban on transgender troops was introduced this week by a bipartisan group of lawmakers in the House

Michigan Civil Rights Commission: LGBT People Protected Under Sex Discrimination Law

The Michigan Civil Rights Commission on Monday approved a motion that interprets discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity as a form of sex discrimination

Church Of Scotland To Draft New Laws Permitting Gay Marriage Services

At its annual meeting, the Church of Scotland's general assembly approved a motion to draft new laws that will allow ministers to marry gay and lesbian couples

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