Same-sex marriages are about to be codified in New Jersey law.

Same-sex marriage is about to be officially codified in New Jersey.

West Lafayette's conversion therapy ban was delayed.

West Lafayette, Indiana, is a city that has been struggling with whether or not they want to ban “conversion therapy”.

Groups sued Tennessee school sports ban targeting transgender students.

This year has been tough for transgender students in Tennessee. The state passed a law that prevents them from playing on sports teams consistent with their gender identity, but various groups have sued to overturn it!

Lisa Middleton became the first transgender person elected as Palm Springs mayor.

Lisa Middleton was sworn in as mayor of Palm Springs, becoming the third transgender mayor of the city. This historic event marks yet another milestone for equality and diversity in America’s cities!

Monday, 13 December 2021 17:13

Three Pro-LGBTQ Bills Introduced In Kentucky

Three LGBTQ rights bills were introduced in Kentucky.

Three bills related to the LGBTQ community have been introduced in Kentucky: one seeks to repeal the old law that criminalized same-sex sexual relations, another would prohibit "conversion therapies"; and the last one would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek is running for governor.

Tina Kotek announced her intention to run for governor in 2022.

The Fair and Equal Michigan campaign died in the state’s supreme court.

The Fair and Equal Michigan campaign for equal rights in the face of discrimination has conceded defeat.

Wednesday, 25 November 2020 11:16

What's Happening For LGBTQ Rights In Nebraska

Nebraska is a state that we don't often hear much about. It's not because there isn't anything going on in Nebraska, but rather because the media doesn't talk much about it. But what is happening for LGBTQ rights in Nebraska? Why should you care? Read below to find out more!

Native American culture is diverse and rich with heritage. This blog post will explore the history of LGBTQ rights in the Cherokee Nation, touch on traditional values and beliefs, and provide a few resources for those seeking more information.

Danica Roem, Dawn Adams, and Mark Sickles were re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates.

Good news, Virginia! All three LGBTQ state legislators have been re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates.

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