Gov. Ron DeSantis isn’t the only one going after books. In Virginia, Barnes & Noble might be facing legal action over selling LGBT books.
(WB) Since 2001, at least 97 people have been arrested under Virginia laws that criminalize people living with HIV, hepatitis B, and syphilis, according to a new report by the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law.
(WB) Virginia’s LGBT community is mourning the death of Chae’Meshia Simms, a Black transgender woman who was shot on Nov. 23 in Richmond at around 6 a.m.
(CNN) -- Charlie Ferrusi is a 23-year-old gay man with a winning smile and an easygoing manner. In May, he completed a master's degree in public health and recently began a job at the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute.
Four months after being shot during a Republican congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia, Rep. Steve Scalise will give a speech to the Family Resource Center, a group against gay marriage rights. This comes despite the fact that a lesbian police officer tried to protect him after the shooting.
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - A federal judge was set to hear arguments Tuesday on whether Virginia's ban on gay marriage should be struck down, which is the position the state's newly elected Democratic attorney general has endorsed in a move that angered many Republican lawmakers.
(WB) Equality Virginia on Tuesday discussed proposed guidelines for transgender rights in schools during a virtual town hall that guided participants through crafting public comments in support of the guidelines which solidify protections for trans students and school staff.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A federal appeals court is clarifying when same-sex marriages could begin in Virginia.
(WB) A federal appeals court on Wednesday once again ruled in favor of a transgender man who challenged his Virginia school district’s bathroom policy.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A federal appeals court has struck down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban.
A federal appeals court will hear arguments in a Virginia transgender student's lawsuit challenging his school's restroom policy.
Despite winning a heavily conservative area, Dawn Adams is not facing any negative responses to her sexuality.
This week read about a borough in Pennsylvania aiming to repeal an ordinance that protects people against discrimination, and a bill that could restrict trans students' access to bathrooms in Virginia.
This week read about an LGBT center changing its blood donation protocol in Los Angeles, and vandals taking down a Pride flag and replacing it with a confederate one at a university church in Virginia.
This week read about Virginia Rep. Bob Good speaking out against gay marriage and transgender shelter access, and a student bullied at school for wearing rainbow shoelaces in Montana.
This week read about transgender people receiving free gender-affirming clothes from the Transgender Assistance Program of Virginia, and Jalen McKee-Rodriguez becoming the first gay Black man elected to any office in Texas.
This week read about The Newberg School Board in Oregon banning LGBT and BLM symbols, and a judge in Virginia finding a man not guilty for shouting slurs at a gay couple.
This week read about a wedding venue rejecting a same-sex couple in Tennessee, and a transphobic gym teacher back at work in Virginia.
This week read about a school in Ohio selecting its first lesbian prom king and queen, and Virginia's governor launching its own LGBTQ advisory board.
This week read about Stefanie Dolson winning a gold medal during the Olympics, and school boards in Virginia having varied responses on the treatment of transgender students.
This week read about gay veterans receiving equal access to benefits in Colorado, and a Virginia school board member saying LGBT books should be "thrown into a fire."
LGBT group leaders skipped Virginia's governor Pride event, and a pastor in Texas called for homosexuals to be "put down" during a sermon.
This week read about the school board paying $1.3 million in the Gavin Grimm case, and a gay bar in Wisconsin receiving a new mural.
This week read about Colorado Gov. Jared Polis getting married, and a Virginia school board approving a policy protecting transgender and non-binary students.
This week read about a Virginia governor signing a bill that bans the LGBT "panic" defense, and Tennessee lawmakers attempting to prohibit LGBT materials in schools via a bill.
(WB) Chesterfield County, Va., police are calling on the LGBT community for help in their investigation into the murder of a 67-year-old gay man who was found stabbed to death on April 21 in his apartment in a section of Chesterfield near Richmond.
A Virginia man took to Instagram this week to post the injuries he suffered after he was allegedly attacked in his home on Christmas Day, the Mirror reports.
FLOYD, Va. (AP) - A gay pride march is set Saturday in Floyd, a tiny southwest Virginia town that in recent years has become a haven for artists, musicians and people looking to get back to nature.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - An advocacy group is calling for changes to Virginia's tax law.
(WB) Virginia state Del. Mark Levine (D-Alexandria) on Dec. 21 launched his campaign for lieutenant governor.
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