Today’s repeal will affect approximately 75,000 LGBTQ people who qualify for the program, including the 36,000 currently participating
A transgender woman in her mid-30s has just received asylum in the U.S., and has provided a unique look at the violence in Chechnya
We must remember that LGBTQ people are also poor, black, Latinx, Native American, Muslim, women and citizens of oppressive countries around the world, making each and every one of us connected
Restaurants all over the country are shutting down today for “A Day Without Immigrants,” a nationwide protest against Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda
In a touching video, a young man named Javier talks about how his mother sacrificed everything to move to the US to find refuge from anti-LGBTQ bigotry
The openly gay mayor of Seattle says that the progressive city will stand up against Trump.
Let’s talk about the B in LGBTQ. There are more people who identify as bi than gay or lesbian, yet we don’t hear much about bi rights. But bisexual people still face discrimination, often from unexpected sources.
The New York Public Library just released over 187,000 large images all available now in the public domain, and they’re asking folks to re-mix them!
Now that DOMA has been declared unconstitutional by the president and Department of Justice, and Congress has introduced legislation to repeal it altogether, one could argue that the law should no longer be used to deport gays and lesbians from other countries who have legally married American citizens of the […]
Gay blogs are up in arms over the harrowing story of Brenda and Daniel Garcia. Three years ago, Brenda Garcia and her younger brother Daniel escaped Mexico and sought asylum in Canada. The two had received death threats due to Brenda being a lesbian, and her partner had been previously allegedly […]