This woman wants to be the first female, openly gay sheriff in South Carolina
Crystal Moore was previously fired as chief of police in a small town, but she got her job back and became a leader in the fight against LGBT employment discrimination.
South Dakota Governor Vetoes Transgender Bathroom Restriction Bill
Ahead of his decision, Gov. Dennis Daugaard heard the concerns of transgender students about a bill banning them from using restrooms and locker rooms that matched their gender identities.
After Marriage Equality, Here's What's Next for the LGBT Rights Movement
The strategy that helped win support for same-sex marriage is being redirected to enact anti-discrimination laws protecting LGBT people state by state across the country.
Bakery Ordered to Pay $135,000 for Refusing to Make Lesbian Couple’s Wedding Cake
The owners of bakery in Portland, Oregon, have been ordered to pay damages for denying the couple a cake over religious objections to gay marriage.
Indiana's New Religious Freedom Law May Have Unintended Consequences — Including Legal Weed Smoking
Members of the church of cannabis may be able to smoke weed legally under Indiana's new religious freedom law, one of a slew of unintended consequences of the law's passage.
Mormon Church's Newfound Support of Gay Rights Tied to Religious Exemption Law
Rights advocates argue that the church’s gay rights announcement is really about ensuring that individuals and entities can still discriminate against people based on their religious beliefs.