HRC Doing Nothing Again

The Human Rights Campaign must learn to actually do something other than issue press releases announcing its positions on various federal judicial nominations. The group needs to do what this community used to ...

Top 10 National Stories of 2018

No. 10: Ric Grenell confirmed as ambassador U.S. Ambassador to Germandy Richard Grenell (Photo public domain) After months of Democratic opposition, the U.S. Senate confirmed Richard Grenell this y...

Atlanta Hosts Black LGBTQ Leadership Summit

LGBTQ students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) will meet in Atlanta for the 13th annual HBCU Leadership Summit: Leading in Truth, hosted by the Human Rights Campaign. Almost 50...

You Say You Want A Revolution

LGBTQ politics are inherently revolutionary. The community hasn’t had a choice. When you’re up against an oppressive system that doesn’t want you to exist, you’re obliged to become a radical. Sure, your emotion...

Support for the Equality Act is growing in Congress

Is Congress moving forward on a vital issue? The Equality Act was introduced in the United States Congress almost exactly three years ago. And it looks like support is growing after a long wait. The Act, ...

Human Rights Campaign endorses Abrams for Governor

LGBTQ advocacy group Human Rights Campaign has endorsed Stacey Abrams in her campaign to become Governor of Georgia. In a press release, HRC President Chad Griffin said they were "proud" to endorse Abrams: ...
Trans Law Center

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, April 5

1. Voting results suggest that the citizens of Anchorage, Alaska, have rejected the anti-transgender statute Proposition 1. The measure was designed to roll back a civic anti-discrimination ordinance. The propo...
Maxine Waters speaks at HRC Dinner

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, March 12

1. In the words of Peter Boykin, an openly gay Republican running for North Carolina House of Representatives in Greensboro, “As long as there are troops and veterans out there who are not getting the care that...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Oct. 23

1. With just four days to go until ballots must be postmarked in Australia’s same-sex-marriage (SSM) mail-in survey, marriage-equality proponents Down Under are growing increasingly concerned about their narrow...