Increased Calls to Ban Countries From the Olympics If Being Gay is Punishable By Death

The LGBTQ+ communities in the United States and numerous other countries have achieved significant milestones in recent years. However, it’s important to remember that more work remains to be done. Many countries have been slow to match the progress of others. For instance, there are still countries in which homosexuality is punishable by death. Everyone

Same Sex Marriage May Be Legal, But Many LGBT Couples Face Unique Challenges When Getting Divorced

After a hard-fought battle for equal marriage rights, some same-sex couples find that it is more difficult to get divorced than it was for them to get married. LGBT couples face several unique challenges when getting a divorce. Hiring an experienced divorce lawyer is one way to navigate the problems of ending a same-sex marriage. 

Appellate Court Decided Hobby Lobby Violated Illinois Anti-Discrimination Law

Experts have suggested the decision of an appellate court regarding Hobby Lobby’s treatment of a transgender employee could have implications for transgender individuals and businesses across the nation. The decision involves a Hobby Lobby employee named Meggan Sommerville, a transgender woman. Sommerville completed transitioning in 2010. However, Hobby Lobby denied her access to the women’s

President Biden Reverses Ban on Transgender Military Servicemembers: What That Means in Action

President Joe Biden has wasted no time in seeking to overturn his predecessor’s legacy. Within the first days of being sworn in, the new commander-in-chief has signed a number of executive orders seeking to overturn several of Donald Trump’s more famous—or infamous—policies. These include executive orders to stop the construction of a wall between the