Good news, Virginia! All three LGBTQ state legislators have been re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates.
The State of Michigan recently introduced a third gender option for driver’s licenses and state identification cards!
Rebecca Maurer is the first LGBTQ person from Cleveland, Ohio to be elected to the city council. Her victory was a historic moment for not only herself but also all members of our community in this city and state.
The Episcopal Diocese of Albany is the latest in a string of churches across New York State to allow same-sex marriages.
The Vermont Supreme Court Justice Beth Robinson has been confirmed to the 2nd U.S. District Court of Appeals!
It’s a joyous day for LGBTQ Jews everywhere, as two Conservative lesbian rabbis have just been married.
Lesbian coaches have faced discrimination in the past, but what makes this particular story different is that not only was a lesbian hired and then fired by their school, but the support received led her to be rehired.
Tennessee is a state that has been known for its conservative and close-minded ways, but over the years we have seen changes in the attitudes of many Tennesseans. Today I'm going to give you an overview of some key moments in the fight for LGBTQ rights in Tennessee.
Tennessee resident Kelly Easter was denied custody of refugee children by a foster care agency because she is lesbian.