On August 19, the US Department of Labor released guidelines clarifying that under employment laws regarding federal contractors and subcontractors, gender identity is covered under laws against discrimination based on sex, thus providing transgender workers with explicit protections.
An anti-gay religious coalition in Uganda has let go of nearly all its paid employees after a major cut to its funding from the US.
An Arizona court has ruled that the marriage of a transgender man and his wife is valid under state law, thus allowing them the right to seek a divorce.
The Orlando City Council has approved non-discrimination protections for transgender people, in a unanimous vote of 7-0.
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has refused to issue an indefinite stay on its ruling against Virginia’s marriage equality ban, potentially opening the door for same-sex weddings to begin on August 20.
On August 11, hundreds of Nepalese LGBT people took to the streets to celebrate Pride during the Gai Jatra festival.
What’s more “blasphemous”—hosting a gay man’s funeral, or canceling it at the last minute because some people don’t believe even dead gays deserve any dignity?
The gender panic around trans men and women is different than homophobia, and shouldn't get the free pass of "religious objection."
Hey, Uganda! If you want to convince your foreign investors that you’re for reals not anti-gay, try actually doing something to show it.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.