The organizers of the annual sports festival in Istanbul see it as an opportunity to create and reclaim spaces for the LGBTQ community in Turkey, and to rethink how sports are practiced and played.
The winners confronted stigma and health equity in some countries with their tech ideas to help LGBTQI+ youth reach out for help and let women access private OB-GYN care.
After going public on Friday, the app's stock rose by more than 400 percent.
Atlanta is known as a Southern mecca for LGBTQ people. But there's been progress in Georgia outside of the Capitol, too.
James Roesener, 26, is the first openly trans man elected to a state legislature in U.S. history, per the LGBTQ Victory Fund. It says a record number of trans candidates ran in the 2022 midterms.
Dwyane Wade is trying to legally change his transgender daughter's name and gender. But his ex-wife, Siohvaughn Funches, is asking the court to stop him.
Writer and LGBTQ activist George M. Johnson spoke with Morning Edition about what's lost when books like their 2020 memoir All Boys Aren't Blue are banned from school libraries.
ATLANTA — A conservative public policy organization launched an ad campaign Monday praising Republican Gov. Brian Kemp and state Sen. Burt Jones, the GOP nominee for lieutenant governor, for backing legislation aimed at transgender athletes.
Atlanta Pride Weekend is back Oct. 7 through Oct. 9 with headlining performances by Big Freedia, Flo Rida, and Betty Who at Piedmont Park.
More than 1,600 book titles across 32 states — including Georgia — were banned from public schools during the 2021-2022 school year, with the bulk of the ban requests coming from a handful of right-wing groups pushing for censorship of books that feature LGBTQ+ characters and characters of color, a new report issued Monday said.
The revamped rules explicitly state that students must only use bathrooms and locker rooms associated with the sex assigned to them at birth. Similar restrictions apply to sports and other activities.
Chappelle has received criticism over the last few years for his jokes aimed at the LGBTQ community, particularly transgender people.
Vandals defaced the perimeter of the construction site over the weekend, spraying hate-filled messages and death threats on banners and posters. They included threats saying, "We will burn this."
The once-annual Pride march has been banned since 2015 when police used tear gas and water cannons after a last-minute ban to disperse crowds.
PFLAG was started almost 50 years ago when gay people and their families were isolated and stigmatized. Now, the organization is finding new families to support and new legal battles to fight.