Tim Fitzsimons reports on LGBTQ news for NBC Out.
A West Virginia school district has decided not to renew the contract of an assistant principal accused of harassing a transgender student in a boys' bathroom.
The West Virginia senator said he has reservations about the federal bill's guidance regarding transgender students.
"We are tired of the stigmas on weed, on lesbians, fat people, old people," the couple said. "People need to just be who they are."
The bill would add "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" to the classes protected against discrimination by the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The $291 million request is the "first step" toward ending the HIV epidemic in America, according to the president's budget proposal.
The Equality Act, which has been introduced in various forms since 1974, has never been given a floor vote in Congress. That could change this year.
A third of gay and bisexual men use PrEP for HIV prevention, and nine in 10 are aware of it, but the CDC says the drug is still underused.
Allison Jones Rushing was confirmed to a federal appeals court Tuesday. LGBTQ advocates have expressed concern over her ties to the Alliance Defending Freedom.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said that the real "big breakthrough" is modern antiretroviral treatments, which are safe, effective and render a person uninfectious.
Seth Owen's Unbroken Horizons Scholarship Fund will "make it easier for students in all marginalized communities to access post-secondary education."