Senator Dianne Feinstein, An LGBTQ Ally, Dies At 90

U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein died Thursday night. She was 90

Pentagon Reviewing Records Of LGBTQ Veterans Discharged Under 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

The Pentagon said this week that it will begin reviewing the records of LGBTQ veterans who were discharged under 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

Mississippi To Have Its First-Ever Openly Gay State Legislator After Fabian Nelson Wins Primary

Out Mississippi House candidate Fabian Nelson on Tuesday won his Democratic primary election runoff

North Carolina Lawmakers Override Governor's Vetos Of Three Anti-LGBTQ Bills

The Republican-led General Assembly on Wednesday voted to override Democratic Governor Roy Cooper's vetoes of three anti-LGBTQ bills

Kevin Spacey Acquitted Of Sexual Assault Charges In UK

A jury in London on Wednesday acquitted actor Kevin Spacey of sexual assault charges

LA Lawmakers Overturn Governor's Veto On Gender-Affirming Care Ban For Transgender Minors

Lawmakers in Louisiana on Tuesday overrode Governor Bel Edwards' veto of a bill banning gender-affirming care for transgender minors

Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Christian Web Designer Who Refuses To Work With Gay Couples

The Supreme Court on Friday ended its yearly term with a decision that critics say undermines LGBTQ protections laws

North Carolina Lawmakers OK Transgender Care Ban, 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

The Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly has approved two bills that target the LGBTQ community

Judge Strikes Down Arkansas' Ban On Transgender Care

A federal judge has struck down an Arkansas law that prohibited transgender youth from receiving gender-affirming care

Democrats Reintroduce LGBTQ Protections Bill Equality Act

Democratic leaders in the House and Senate on Wednesday reintroduced the Equality Act, a federal LGBTQ protections bill

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