Following a series of speculation and outraged calls for resignation, brand new Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, who only took the position on March 24, will be stepping down from his position.
A petition on whitehouse.gov is asking the Obama Administration to legally recognize non-binary genders by providing a third option on legal documents and identification.
A petition, which has already received more than 5,000 signatures, is asking the liberal news commentators to stop making cheap jokes at the expense of the transgender community, citing such humor as contributing to the perpetuation of exclusion, harassment, and violence against transgender people.
All Out, an online political mobilizing network dedicated to advocating for LGBTQ rights worldwide through social media platforms, is the latest to join the fight against corporate sponsors of the 2014 Winter Olympics to be held in Sochi.
A petition from Change.org and spearheaded by New Jersey’s Francesco Pascuzzi is making the Internet rounds asking that the organization behind the Miss Universe pageant not host the 2013 event in Russia.
An openly gay 11-year-old, Marcel Neergaard, of Tennessee has started a petition on MoveOn.org, together with his parents, to revoke the ‘education reformer of the year’ award given to an anti-gay figure.
A Chicago resident has put out a petition trying to ban Illinois politicians from participating in the 44th annual Pride parade because of the recent failure to pass the state’s gay marriage bill.
Transgender student Issak Oliver Wolfe has been receiving positive support from his community in York County, Pennsylvania during his transition, but his school principal has put the 18-year-old in a situation he calls humiliating.
Jacob Rudolph, who gained Internet notoriety in January after his father posted a video of the boy coming out to his high school, created a petition to ban gay conversion therapy for minors in New Jersey. The petition has garnered over 100,000 signatures since its launch in the last week of February, and supports legislation put forward by Democratic Senator Raymond J. Lesniak.