The study also found that sexual and gender minorities are burglarized at twice the rate of other households, and that they're more likely to be victims of other types of property theft.
By Astrid Galvan, Associated Press
Santiago was the first openly trans person to run for office in Puerto Rico.
By Dánica Coto, Associated Press
The actress and writer behind "Razor Tongue" isn't waiting for changes. She's making them now.
By Dorothy Hastings
According to Polish media reports, the activist was placed under two-months arrest Friday for protest actions against anti-homosexual attitudes. After the person was arrested in central Warsaw, protesters surrounded the police car.
By Associated Press
By Vanessa Gera, Associated Press
As President Andrzej Duda was sworn in to his second term on Thursday, some members of Poland's LGBT community already had moved to European countries where they expect to find greater acceptance. More are making plans to do so.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
Officials say Merritt Corrigan was fired Monday just hours after sending the torrent of tweets that also accused Democratic lawmakers of a "corrupt campaign" to oust her from her job.
By Dorothy Hastings
The zine has long been a powerful tool for those whose stories and images have been buried, distorted and regulated.
By Arno Pedram, Associated Press
Marchers chanted “It’s my body, it’s my choice!” and “Everyone hates the police!” as the young, ethnically diverse crowd wound peacefully from the Pigalle neighborhood in northern Paris to Republique plaza in the east. Many of the participants wore protective…
By PBS NewsHour
This Pride, we are remembering a community’s struggle with a different epidemic decades ago. Raised by gay parents, a man recalls how HIV AIDS was impacting people around him and how a group of men called his “aunties” helped him…
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