FILE PHOTO: Judge Amy Coney Barrett poses in an undated photograph obtained from Notre Dame University

What You Need to Know About Amy Coney Barrett's Views

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick, could lead to a more right leaning court in the years to come.
Layla Pelaz and Serena Angelique Velazquez are only two of the five trans individuals to be killed in Puerto Rico this year.

Trans Women’s Killers in Puerto Rico Apprehended

Two men indicted for killing two transgender women in Puerto Rico on April 21 have already been charged under the federal hate crimes law.
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Mexico LGBTQ+ 'Gaymers' Compete In Virtual Football Tournament

As people are forced to home confinement due to COVID-19, LGBT+ gaymers took an opportunity to kick a ball, make friends, and come out of the closet celebrating their identity through eSports.

2 Found Dead in Puerto Rico Were Hate Crime Victims, Says Activists

Activists said on Thursday that the two bodies discovered inside a burned car in southeast Puerto Rico were owned by transgender women.
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Mexican Government Shows Support for the LGBTQ Community

An estimated 140 LGBTQ couples vowed their marriage, initiated by Mexico City.
Georgette Gomez

The First LGBTQ+ Hispanic Member of Congress?

Georgette Gomez, the first LGBTQ+ Latina, hopes to be part of congress.
Celebrate the Real You With These Rainbow Pride Accessories

Celebrate You With These Rainbow Pride Accessories

As you celebrate with your queer friends, here are some rainbow pride accessories you can wear to make a statement.

Rosario Dawson's "Coming Out" Matters to Bisexual Community

Rosario Dawson's "coming out" in 2018 was quite subtle but it has opened discussions on what the term "bisexuality" encompasses and the importance of bisexual visibility.
Enrique Salanic

Guatemalan Actor, Enrique Salanic, Blocked from Entering U.S. to Promote LGBT movie

The award-winning Guatemalan actor Enrique Salanic was denied by the U.S. embassy in his non-immigrant application visa not once but twice.
Restaurant in Puerto Rico Getting Defamed for Kicking-out Two Gay Men Dancing Together

Restaurant in Puerto Rico Getting Defamed for Kicking-out Two Gay Men

Puerto Rican Resto gets bashed for kicking out two men who were dancing together.
Brazilian Drag Queen Pabllo Vittar Uses Music as Platform to Champion LGBTQ Rights

Brazilian Drag Queen Pabllo Vittar Uses Music as Platform to Champion LGBTQ Rights

Brazilian drag queen and pop star Pabllo Vittar releases her new trilingual album which continues to be a platform to fight for queer and other social issues.
Honduran LGBTQ Activist

Surge in Hate Crimes May be Linked to Immigration Policies

Hate crimes against the Latino community appear to have surged under the current presidential administration.
President Barack Obama in the White House briefing room.

Orlando Shooting: Transcript of President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden's Statements on Orlando Terror Attack

Following the terror and hate crime committed at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub on Sunday morning, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden delivered separate remarks about the attack and what the U.S. needs to do next.
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Tennesse May Have Unknowingly Dodged Bullet By Not Passing Anti-LGBT Legislation

The Transgender bathroom bill failed to pass in Tennessee on Monday. The bill that was being proposed required all students in public schools and universities to use bathrooms and locker rooms that matched their gender at birth.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected hearing cases on gay marriage in its next term, which starts Monday.

Transgender Teacher to Open LGBT Private School in Georgia

A new private school in Georgia will open later this year to accommodate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and educators.
Michelle Rodriguez

Millennials and Sexuality: Third of Women, Men Under 30 Identify as Bisexual

While nearly just 16 percent of U.S. residents indicated they're bisexual, a whopping 31 percent of individuals under the age of 30 consider themselves something other than heterosexual, according to new research.
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