Gay Rights


Emotional Photos From Outside the First Trans Rights Supreme Court Case Ever

As the Supreme Court heard three cases that could change gay and trans rights forever, LGBTQ people and allies flooded the steps with signs of support. Photographer Justin J. Wee was there to document.


What Went on at the Most Important SCOTUS Cases in LGBTQ Rights This Year

Support for the biggest LGBTQ Supreme Court cases since marriage equality was palpable in D.C. today.


Greed, Mismanagement and Private Equity: How Iconic LGBTQ Magazine “Out” Almost Died

“Out” magazine couldn't pay freelancers and nearly went bust during Pride Month.


Brad Pitt’s Brief Tenure as the Mascot of Heterosexual Rights Has Come to an End

Super Happy Fun America, whose members have been involved in some sinister causes, tried to make Pitt their mascot.


The Alabama Mayor Who Suggested Killing LGBTQ People Has Offered to Resign

Nationwide backlash against Carbon Hill Mayor Mark Chambers has forced the mayor to reconsider his initial decision to remain in his position.


Brazil Is Making Homophobia a Crime

The country's Supreme Court voted Thursday to make discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender unconstitutional.


This European Country Is Voting to Block Gay Marriage—Probably Forever

In October, Romania will hold a referendum to change its constitution to define marriage as between a man and a woman only.


5 ways Trump’s Supreme Court pick could reshape America

Without Justice Kennedy, the Supreme Court could shift on issues like abortion, gay rights, and the death penalty.


Watch Comedian Jim Jefferies Finally Shut Up Jordan Peterson

Meanwhile, when not getting schooled by a comedian, the free speech crusader launched a defamation lawsuit against Wilfrid Laurier University and three of its employees.


John Oliver Made Pence's Kids' Book Gay and Now It's Outselling the Original

Pence's rabbit, Marlon Bundo, falls in love with a boy bunny in the 'Last Week Tonight' version and now it's at the top of Amazon's bestseller list.


In Defeat for Trump Admin, Court Rules You Can't Fire a Worker for Being Gay

The important decision states that anti-gay prejudice in the workplace qualifies as a form of sex-based discrimination under the 1964 Civil Rights Act.


New lawsuit against University of Iowa has both sides claiming discrimination

It's religious freedoms versus gay rights in an Iowa legal showdown