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Police arrested 4 teenagers suspected of beating 2 gay women on a London bus because they refused to kiss for the men’s entertainment
Police are still reviewing surveillance footage and asking the public to come forward if they know if anyone else was involved in the attack.
LGBTQ patients reveal their exhausting, infuriating, and surprisingly common struggles at the doctor’s office
As a group, LGBTQ people face unique health issues — but many members of the community say they struggle to find knowledgable, compassionate medical care.
An Alabama sheriff’s deputy is on leave after a social media post mocking the suicide of an LGBTQ teen
Nigel Shelby, a 15-year-old freshman at Huntsville High School, took his own life last Thursday after being bullied over his sexual orientation.
Trump seemed to know nothing about his own administration’s plan to decriminalize homosexuality around the world
The White House is campaigning to change laws in dozens of countries where it's illegal to be gay, NBC News reported. But the president seems unaware.
Taiwan voted to reject same-sex marriage in a surprise about-face that has changed the island both socially and politically
Last year, Taiwan's highest court ruled that same-sex couples had the right to legally marry and set a two-year deadline for legalization.
The Chief of Government Communications, Janadas Devan, has revealed what the late LKY thought of Penal Code 377A
The late Lee Kuan Yew apparently had two "don'ts" when it came to the law.
New Land O’Lakes CEO Beth Ford just became the first openly gay woman to lead a Fortune 500 company — take a look at her career so far
Beth Ford, the newly-appointed CEO of Land O'Lakes, became the first openly gay woman to lead a Fortune 500 company on Wednesday. She's also one of just 25 women on the list overall.
The US is far from the only country to recognize Pride. Worldwide, cities aim to highlight issues facing their queer communities through Pride celebrations throughout the year. Here's how cities around the world have recognized Pride so far in 2018.
Cities and towns across the US are celebrating Pride throughout the month of June. Nearly every city has some sort of big event. Here is a handy FAQ that explains what Pride Month is all about.
Lena Waithe — an actor, producer, and the first black woman to win an Emmy for writing in a comedy series — wore a rainbow cape to the 2018 Met Gala. Along with Rihanna's papal ensemble, Waithe's outfit arguably created the most buzz at the event.