The state House passed the bill today, sending it on to the Senate.
The corporation received attention for their Women's Day promotion, but will it make any real impact?
Tamika Mallory not only refuses to cut ties with the homophobic, anti-Semitic Farrakhan, but praised him as "the greatest of all time."
The court ruled in the case of a funeral director fired after she announced her transition.
Jill Kindt said her final goodbye to Jo Grant after 48 days of marriage.
The former adult film star's lawyer hinted that Daniels may have evidence to take Trump down, but will the people who support him even care?
Rep. Earl Ehrhart – the longest serving Republican in the Georgia House and its most outspoken anti-LGBT member – has called it quits, announcing that he won't seek a 16th term.
Democrats Veronica Escobar and Sylvia Garcia won theit primaries Tuesday and are favored to win in November.
Supporters of SOJOURN – the queer focused Southern Jewish Resource Network – partied with a purpose and plenty of costumes on Saturday to raise funds for the education and outreach organization.
Femme shaming, star lust, turning a 'Lewk,' high drag, and undying originality are just the start of a conversation about the 'loss' of LGBTQ identities in this week's issue of Q mag.
Donald Trump and his cronies are almost always the target of comedian Randy Rainbow's barbed comedy, but now he sets his sights on the gun lobby.
Queer people like Parkland's Emma Gonzalez and Pride Fund to End Gun Violence's Jason Lindsay are taking on the gun lobby. We need to follow their lead.
The use of PrEP – a daily pill that prevents HIV – has exploded across the U.S., but Georgia lags behind other states in PrEP use, according to a first-ever interactive map that tracks usage across the country.
Bruce McArthur, accused of killing seven men in Toronto, is finally in custody. Some say the police ignored the men's disappearances because they were gay and bi men of color.
Local columnist Eric Paulk talks HIV criminalization, and why African American celebrities have a responsibility to use their positions of influence for good.
What happened to the queer anthems of the early 2010s?
Coaches, jocks and athletic supporters bared their sporty best on Friday as DILF returned to Heretic.
The new vote in Starkville, Miss., came after the group organizing the parade filed a federal lawsuit.