Two LGBT candidates face off in the Alabama elections, and tech companies in California were ranked as the Top 10 environments for LGBT workers.
This week read about Louisiana House upholding its veto on an anti-trans bill, and the LAPD facing force complaints following protests over the treatment of a transgender woman.
This week read about an Arkansas man sentenced to prison for the murder of Brayla Stone, and an LGBT center changing its blood donation protocol in Los Angeles.
A possible "Proud Boys" disruption happened during Drag Queen Story Hour in California, and students traded Pride flags for diplomas during a graduation ceremony in Washington.
There are concerns about monkeypox exposure during an annual festival in California, and a professor created an LGBT workshop for teachers in Colorado.
This week read about three people being indicted for the shooting of Diamond Sanders, and NASA naming a telescope after James Webb, an alleged homophobe.
The police shot an LGBT protester in California, and a Nebraska high school shut down its newspaper for publishing LGBT stories.
Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert thinks people should reach a level of "maturity" before coming out, and a man is accused of using Grindr to rob 20 victims in California.
Educators are forced to minimalize LGBT topics in Tennessee schools, and a gay couple with children was harassed by a man on a train in California.
Students in Arizona did a walk-out due to anti-LGBT laws, and "The Trevor Project" is refunding donations after an LGBT bias investigation came to light.
The West Texas Border Patrol Twitter was deactivated after liking homophobic posts, and the queen of Netherlands met with the LGBT community in California.
This week read about the Texas House passing an anti-trans sports bill, and the late activists Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin honored atCalifornia's Hall of Fame.
This week read about Kristin Crowley being appointed as the next Fire Chief of the Los Angeles Fire Department, and Iowa being the 11th state to pass an anti-trans sports bill.
Washington D.C. opens its first LGBT homeless shelter, and California Rep. Ken Calvert might lose his seat toWill Rollins, who is a part of the LGBT community.
This week read about Lisa Middletown becoming the first transgender mayor in California, and James Martin, a priest in Michigan, saying that gay people are not allowed the sacrament.
This week read about Rachel Levine becoming the first trans person to be confirmed by the United States Senate, and the LGBT community showing support for Asians by protesting in California.
Donald Trump makes anti-LGBT remarks as he hints possible presidential run in 2024, and LGBT activists in California demand more to fight against the monkeypox stigma.
Martin Jenkins, a retired justice and lawyer and gay Black man, was nominated to the California Supreme Court on Monday.
Gay Congressman Mark Takano has introduced a bill to shorten the workweek.
What was supposed to be a fun family trip turned into a nightmare when a man walked up to a gay married couple, called them “pedophiles,” and accused them of stealing their two young children.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The voter initiative banning gay marriage dominated California's political landscape six years ago, and it still casts a shadow over the race for district attorney in Sacramento County.
(CNN) -- An openly gay Republican running for Congress released a video on Wednesday that appears to be the first of its kind: A political ad explicitly featuring footage of him and his same-sex partner.
WESTMINSTER, Calif. (AP) - Community members have voted to include gay and lesbian residents in Orange County's Vietnamese new year's parade.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation replacing language in state law that defines marriage as "between a man and a woman."
(WM) A conservative legal group announced Oct. 5 that it sued to block California’s first-in-the-nation law that requires hundreds of corporations based in the state to have directors from racial or sexual minorities on their boards.
(AP) Hackers have targeted the California Legislature's LGBT caucus chairman by interfering with his campaign website.
After a campaign that lasted more than five years, the Haverhill Town Council gave initial approval to enact the Civil Rights Act of the Town of Haverhill by unanimous vote, which goes into effect Sept. 10.
There is hope for an HIV cure. A 66-year-old man became the fourth known adult patient to be cured of the virus that causes AIDS.
(LA Blade) Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) announced Tuesday that he will not be moving forward with Senate Bill 225: the Intersex Bodily Autonomy, Dignity and Choice Act.
If it wasn’t for the third Black man surviving an overdose, Ed Buck may never have been charged and later convicted in the killing of two Black men.
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