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North Dakota bans conversion therapy.

It took Bianca Bell, a social worker who chairs the North Dakota Board of Social Work Examiners, more than a year to craft a bill banning social workers from performing “conversion therapy” on LGBTQ people or anyone else who questions their sexual orientation or gender identity.

And despite a very close vote, 8 for and 7 against, members of the North Dakota Administrative Rules Committee, which licenses social workers in the state, approved the bill.

The U.S. embassy is flying an rainbow flag in the Vatican to celebrate the LGBTQ Pride Month.

The U.S. Embassy in the Vatican is putting the spotlight on LGBTQ rights as human rights and is celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month with a rainbow flag.

Monday, 09 March 2020 23:32

LGBTQ Rights In Michigan

The news out of Michigan is one part positive, one part negative, but there have still been some nice advances in LGBTQ rights in recent years.

Monday, 09 March 2020 23:09

LGBTQ Rights In Virginia

How are LGBTQ rights progressing in Virginia? Well, pretty well, actually.

Transgender rights in the U.S. have been a hot topic. Let's take a look at what is happening.

Napa Valley College LGBTQ Studies Degrees.

Napa Valley College’s first two LGBTQ Studies graduate students have been announced.

President Joe Biden put the LGBTQ healthcare protection back.

Well, hardly a week goes by without a pro-LGBTQ announcement from the White House! So this week, on the agenda, President Biden flipped the ban that prevented protection for LGBTQ people in healthcare.

Buncombe County in North Carolina approved a nondiscrimination ordinance.

You’ll be pleased to know that a new North Carolina county has just brought protections to LGBTQ people with a nondiscrimination ordinance.

The Biden Administration has been a pro-LGBTQ decision making force in the United States. I'm excited that LGBTQ rights are being pushed forward and we're seeing all these great changes happening!

SCOTUS won't hear Texas' case asking to be removed from California's discrimination list.

After passing a measure that discriminates against LGBTQ people, Texas found itself on California’s list of states to avoid.

Texas attempted legal action to prevent this, but it didn’t go as planned.