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LGBT community hit hard by economic impact of the pandemic
The recent Census household Pulse survey found LGBT people were almost twice as likely to be experiencing food insecurity as other Americans.
Supreme Court ruling gives LGBTQ educators protections at public and many private schools
Religious schools are likely to be exempt from anti-discrimination protections under the new ruling.
The evolution of Pride in Southern California
West Hollywood and Compton have established their own versions of Pride.
While challenges remain for transgender jobseekers, more businesses are reaching out to the trans community
Looking for a job can be difficult for anyone, but for transgender people, it can be especially tough.
Colombia's LGBT community may not be benefiting fully from reparations system
As victims of violent civil conflict come forward, some say members of the LGBT community are being left behind.
Should the governments give LGBT-owned businesses a leg up in public contracts?
There’s a growing push to add LGBT-owned businesses to the list of groups that are given special treatment for government work.
Do LGBT conservatives still have faith that Trump will protect workers' rights?
After asking LGBT voters for support in 2016, Trump administration withdraws support for expansion of Civil Rights protections.
LGBTQ advocates ask why questions left off Census survey
Gay rights advocates say questions about sexual orientation and gender identity would connect the LGBTQ community to all the rich data of the census.
Niche in elder care: assisted living for LGBT seniors
As boomers get older, LGBT seniors look for communities where they can live openly.
What should the bathroom of the future look like?
We asked for your help designing the bathroom of the future.