Bayard Rustin was a confidant of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a key organizer of the March on Washington in 1963. He also helped plan other nonviolent protests and boycotts to end racial discrimination.
A Louisville, Ky. high school student is claiming she was expelled over a photo of her posing with her birthday cake — because the cake and the sweater she was wearing were both decorated with rainbows.
United Methodist Church leaders from around the world are proposing a new conservative denomination that would split from the rest of the church in an attempt to resolve a yearslong dispute over gay marriage and gay clergy.
J.K. Rowling faces widespread criticism from the trans community and other activists after tweeting support for a researcher who lost her job for stating that people cannot change their biological sex.
A British lesbian couple has become the first in the world to carry a baby in both their wombs.
Reports say that the teacher lectured the 30-student class for ten minutes about how "homosexuality is wrong" and "two men living together is a sin."
The state of Alaska said Friday that it erred in sending a woman a letter citing her same-sex marriage in denying her application for a state oil-wealth fund check.
A proposed Trump administration rule would allow faith-based foster care and adoption agencies to continue getting taxpayer funding even if they exclude LGBTQ families from their services.
Friday was the official kickoff of the 49th annual Pride Festival in Atlanta.
The Pickens County Board of Education made a controversial move regarding bathrooms to accommodate transgender students. It has left many in the community feeling angry and left out. Parents turned out at Thursday night's meeting but were unable to voice their opinions since the item was not on the agenda.
Milford High School in Ohio has typically kept with the tradition of crowning a female homecoming queen and a male homecoming king until now. Students elected two female peers as “homecoming royalty.”
(AP) -- The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in two of the term's most closely watched cases over whether federal civil rights law protects LGBT people from job discrimination.