It is time for the New York State Senate to do the right thing and stop transgender New Yorkers from being treated like second-class citizens. It is time for Gov. Cuomo to become an integral part of this historic moment in transgender rights…
California Rep. Jackie Speier speaks out on the magazine’s recent controversial cover image featuring transgender sex workers.
Concerns have been raised by the Equal Rights Trust (ERT), that Belarus may enact a similar law to that passed in Russia last year banning the “promotion of non-traditional sexual relations.”
President Obama plans to amend two existing executive orders to outlaw anti-LGBT employment discrimination by federal contractors and protect transgender civilian federal employees.
Turkey’s highest court has ruled that calling members of the LGBT community “perverts” constitutes hate speech, in what is reportedly its first acknowledgement of homophobia as a hate crime.
A bill introduced in the House of Representatives Wednesday would bolster the State Department’s ability to fight discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals abroad, its bipartisan sponsors say.
With a potential 14-year prison and hard-labor sentence hanging over their heads, gay Malawians are getting a reprieve from fear of arrest, as a government official says the state can’t afford to jail.
‘Sexual orientation is not in itself a risk’ - Gay rights activists are calling for all lifelong bans on gay and bisexual men donating blood to be lifted.
After decades of censorship, repression, and human rights violations, a new generation of Vietnamese activists is pushing the country forward on LGBT visibility.
Lithuanian lawmakers have voted to suspend a vote on a proposal that would ban ‘defilement of the traditional family’ in public spaces until they meet again after the summer break.
Singapore’s Court of Appeal will decide the fate of the country’s 76-year-old Section 377A anti-sodomy law this week, opening a two day hearing on Monday.
After calling out the remaining House Democrats who haven’t cosponsored ENDA, Freedom to Work is now setting its sights on five House Republicans — including a former vice-presidential candidate.
Toronto’s mayor didn’t see it fit to vote for a no-cost study on the feasibility of providing shelter space for homeless LGBT youth.
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