Tim Fitzsimons reports on LGBTQ news for NBC Out.
While the number of LGBTQ elected officials is on the rise, "we need to elect nearly 23,000 more to achieve parity," according to the Victory Institute.
Young Americans ages 18-34 are increasingly uncomfortable around LGBTQ people in personal situations, like learning a family member, doctor, or child's teacher is LGBTQ.
The study is one of the first to systematically examine the experience of parents raising lesbian, gay, and bisexual children.
NYC's dueling pride marches are the product of an old conflict in the LGBTQ community: whether pride is about societal integration or revolutionary change.
For years the IRS banned same-sex married couples from filing joint tax returns and saving on their taxes. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is trying to correct that.
Zoe Spears was found about four blocks away from where Ashanti Carmon, also transgender, was murdered on March 30.
NYC is launching a free STD clinic that will diagnose chlamydia and gonorrhea in several hours, "collapsing the diagnosis window," doctors say, and preventing new infections.
In a video from 2018, Craig Northcott said of same-sex domestic violence cases: "There's no marriage to protect, so I don't prosecute them."
Andrew and Elad Dvash-Banks, a gay couple, thought their fight for their son's citizenship was over. But then the Trump administration appealed.
NYPD Commissioner James P. O'Neill formally apologized for the June 1969 police raid on the Stonewall Inn that helped prompt the LGBTQ rights movement.