The American Bar Association “condemns all laws, regulations and rules or practices that discriminate on the basis that an individual is a LGBT person.”
The Justice Department announced yesterday that it has released a “Best Practices Guide to Reform HIV-Specific Criminal Laws to Align with Scientifically-Supported Factors.”
Monica Jones was found guilty on prostitution charges after accepting a ride from an undercover police officer.
After spending over a year in jail, James Mwape and Philip Mubiana have been acquitted due to lack of evidence.
The speed with which court cases are overturning laws and state constitutional amendments limiting marriage equality is breathtaking.
The 9th Circuit won’t give further review to an earlier decision that gives laws that treat people differently based on sexual orientation additional scrutiny.
"It’s impossible to condense the complex notion of identity into a single, unchangeable M or F." The film was released today along with a global guide to transgender recognition laws.
Much-heralded new legislation that update’s Iowa’s HIV criminal statute will be signed into law by Gov. Terry Branstad.
What can be done to stop misinformation in the form of criminal law?
New South Wales has repealed a law which allowed murderers to get off with a lighter sentence if they claimed a gay victim ‘provoked’ them into the attack.
Days before the island nation’s first ever Gay Pride, lawmakers want to bring in a law that could see ‘homophobic behavior’ heavily punished.
A Ugandan court on Wednesday started hearing the case against two Ugandans accused of engaging in gay sex, the first trial of homosexuals here since a severe law was enacted in February.