Nine Democrats and one Republican in the Electoral College sent a request to James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, asking for information on the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, according to Pink News.
(WB) Ellen DeGeneres won’t be inviting President Donald Trump to be a guest on her show.
(EDGE) Equality Texas, the largest statewide organization dedicated solely to securing full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Texans, issued a statement regarding the Trump Administration's move to end DACA.
(EDGE) Peter Thiel, the gay tech billionaire who had a hand in shutting down Gawker earlier this year, is apparently ready to double down on his Donald Trump support by donating $1.25 to the GOP presidential nominee, according to a report by The New York Times.
(EDGE) The number of hateful harassment incidents since Donald Trump was elected the 45th president earlier this month has been on the rise in the U.S., according to the Souther Poverty Law Center. EDGE has reported on several anti-LGBT attacks in the wake of Trump's presidential victory and it appears as though the former reality star's stunning win is even emboldening his supporters from across the globe.
Gay Republicans woke up Wednesday to a dream that became reality.
(EDGE) A gay student from Texas State says he was attacked for wearing high heels as he left a bar in San Marcos, Texas Saturday night, My Statesman reports.
If you read the Daily Beast you’d get the impression gay Trump supporters are having regrets, with their recent article: “Trump’s Gay Backers No Longer See Him as the Great Straight Hope.”
But if you read Buzzfeed you’ll come to the opposite conclusion with their article “Here's How Gay Republicans Are Brushing Off Trump's Latest Anti-LGBT Attacks.”
So who’s right? Probably both.
(WB) At least four gay speakers who declared their strong support for President Donald Trump were cheered loudly while other speakers praised the group Gays for Trump during a March4Trump rally on Sunday, March 4, on the grounds of the Washington Monument in D.C.
Despite the nation’s largest gay Republican organization’s refusal to endorse Donald Trump for President, there are still some who refuse to abandon ship.
A founder of the “Gays for Trump” movement is trying to get a seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives.
(WB) Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin on Thursday once again urged President Trump to publicly condemn the crackdown against gay and bisexual men in Chechnya.
Two national LGBT legal groups filed a lawsuit Wednesday in federal district court in Washington, D.C., seeking a preliminary injunction to stop President Trump from implementing his proposed ban on transgender service members. It also seeks a declaration from the court that the proposed ban is unconstitutional.
(EDGE) When it comes to the Trump campaign, it's a hate group love fest.
(EDGE) An official with the anti-LGBT hate group Family Research Council (FRC) gave Christian conservatives a look at the first 100 days of a Trump administration, and it doesn't look good for LGBT or reproductive rights.
A new website has surfaced seeking stories of business dealings with Donald Trump.
(AP) Military service. Bathroom use. Job bias. And now, health care.
(OFO) Exit polling done by the New York Times reveals just how much of the queer vote Donald Trump was able to capture.
(EDGE) Fasten your seatbelts, it's gonna be a bumpy resistance.