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Brief says uninsured people could lose access to free COVID-19 testing, treatment, and vaccines as federal funding runs out

With an impasse in Congress over additional COVID-19 emergency funding, uninsured people could lose access to free testing and treatment services, a new KFF...

Sex apps for gay men join forces to fight online insults

David Tuller December 10, 2021 Editor’s note: This article contains references to racial and ethnic slurs.Corey Baker, a gay man in Columbus, Ohio, has seen many...

Nearly a quarter of vaccinated adults received COVID-19 booster shot in November

Nearly a quarter (23%) of fully vaccinated adults have already received a COVID-19 booster shot, more than double the share who had done so...

‘Safe Schools For All’ launches to help students take action against bullying

A coalition of LGBTQ organizations have created “Safe Schools for All,” a resource to help make schools safe and inclusive of all students The...

James Hormel, first out LGBTQ U.S. ambassador, passes away

James Hormel, who in 1997 was the first out LGBTQ person to be appointed as a U.S. ambassador, passed away on Friday, Aug. 13. According...

Original Pride flag unveiled at GLBT Historical Society and Museum

Created 43 years ago, the rainbow flag is the most widely recognized symbol of LGBTQ community around the world. The first two rainbow flags were designed...

Judge halts Trump’s ban on diversity training

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge Tuesday night issued a nationwide preliminary injunction barring the Trump administration from implementing an executive order that prohibits...

Trevor Project files amicus brief in support of trans Idaho students

SAN FRANCISCO — The Trevor Project has filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of Hecox...

LGBTQ athletes voice support for Idaho’s trans student athletes

SAN FRANCISCO — On Monday, tennis player Billie Jean King, U.S. National Women’s Soccer Team Co-Captain Megan Rapinoe, and WNBA player Candace Parker joined...

Lambda Legal calls on court to halt ban on diversity trainings

SAN FRANCISCO — Lambda Legal urged a federal district court to halt the Trump administration's ban on federal contractors and grantees from conducting workplace diversity trainings.

Lambda Legal sues Trump administration over workplace diversity trainings

SAN FRANCISCO — Lambda Legal filed a federal lawsuit on Monday challenging the Trump administration’s recent executive order that prohibits federal contractors and grantees from conducting workplace diversity trainings or engaging in grant-funded work that acknowledges racism and sexism.

Advocates urge appeals court to uphold decision striking down denial of care rule

SAN FRANCISCO — A coalition of organizations on Wednesday urged the Ninth Court of Appeals to affirm a lower court ruling striking down the proposed denial of care rule.

Large majority of people, including GOPers, oppose anti-LGBTQ discrimination

SAN FRANCISCO — A poll released last week shows that large majorities of Americans think it should be illegal for either employers or health care providers to discriminate against LGBTQ people.

Reopening in the COVID Era: How to adapt to a new normal

SAN FRANCISCO — As many states begin to reopen — most without meeting the thresholds recommended by the White House — a new level of COVID-19 risk analysis begins for Americans.

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