Remembering RBG’s LGBTQ Legacy

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the justice with the most pro-LGBTQ voting record in the history of the court, died Friday following a long struggle with cancer. As hundreds of people gathere...

Democratic National Convention: Day 3

Emma González, a bisexual student who became one of the leaders of a youth movement against gun violence after a 2018 shooting at her high school in Parkland, Florida, was one of the first voices heard by peopl...

The LGBTQ Democratic National Convention

There will be a lot of history made at this week’s Democratic National Convention. Some will be highly visible – like prime-time closing night speeches by two high-profile LGBT leaders. Some will be totally beh...

Your 2016 LGBT Election Night Watch Guide

The whole world will be watching November 8 as the American electorate weighs in on one of the most contentious and dramatic presidential campaigns in modern history. Though Trump has earned the title of the “m...

Tale of the Tape: Trump vs. Clinton on LGBT issues

Log Cabin Republican President Gregory Angelo said it early on: Donald Trump is the “most pro-gay” Republican presidential candidate in history. And following the deadly attack on an LGBT nightclub in Orlando l...

Clinton shines light on gay lawsuit against Trump

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton updated her campaign stump speech Oct. 24 to highlight anti-gay discrimination alleged against a golf club owned by Republican nominee Donald Trump. Speaking...