Eureka Springs in Arkansas is an LGBTQ idyll whose elder population is concerned about the town’s many mask-less visitors possibly spreading coronavirus.
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Most, if not all, “circuit” events are canceled after coronavirus infections at Miami’s Winter Party, while LGBTQ bars and clubs across America face tough fights to survive.
West Hollywood’s domestic partnership ordinance was the first to officially recognize same-sex couples. On its 35th anniversary, the first to sign up remember making history.
As Stonewall 50 is celebrated, the story of Hojons in Montgomery, Alabama, spotlights America's ‘other’ Stonewalls, when LGBT people and venues fought back against harassment.
A new campaign encourages queer and transgender Americans to participate in the 2020 Census—even though no questions about sexual orientation and gender identity are asked in it.
Arkansas’ liberal cities want to enforce pro-LGBTQ non-discrimination ordinances, but the state’s Supreme Court stopped them. Now, confusion reigns over LGBTQ rights in Arkansas.
The study claims LGBTQ students are two to three times more likely than their peers to be assaulted or threatened, which in turn increases the likelihood they will attempt suicide.
The Daily Beast spoke to transgender people across the country to find out what challenges they face in relationships.