And they’re afraid to speak out about it
“If I want to see the change, I need to be the change,”
A majority of judges in Brazil’s top court has voted to criminalize homophobia in a move welcomed by campaigners concerned about a rollback in gay rights and the murder of hundreds of LGBT+ people every year.
An Indonesian police officer was allegedly fired from the force over his sexual orientation in what is shaping up to be the latest high profile case of state-sanctioned discrimination against the protected minority.
A British Royal Navy veteran who was discharged for being bisexual is planning to sue the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to get his medals back.
President gives speech at National Day of Prayer ceremony
The rule, issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, is designed to protect the religious rights of health care providers and religious institutions.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) announced today the issuance of the final conscience rule that protects individuals and health care entities from discrimination on the basis of their exercise of conscience in HHS-funded programs.
Does the Civil Rights Act protect gay and transgender workers?
A bank commercial that featured a transgender woman and several young blacks has been removed after Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro intervened.
The United Methodist Church’s top court has found that while some provisions of the newly adopted Traditional Plan remain unconstitutional, the rest of the plan is valid as church law.
The United Methodist Church’s judicial council on Friday upheld major portions of a new plan that strengthens bans on same-sex marriage and ordination of LGBT pastors.