HRC

The LGBTQ rights activist will stay with HRC until a new president is named.
Money quickly became an issue for our family. There was a lot of stress in the house. I'm with her: I will cast my ballot
The criticism of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) came swiftly after they first endorsed Republican Senator Mark Kirk of Illinois
The "Arrow" and "Teen Wolf" star was visibly shaken at HRC's gala.
While many members of the LGBT community are anxious to see Hillary Clinton make history in November as the first female president, Tom D'Angora is taking action.
I know you liked Bernie. I know you like Hillary, too, and that you'll happily vote for her in November. And I know you understand, at an intellectual level, the historical significance of the events of last night.
Is this a presidential election or a bad version of The Wizard of Oz? The long and perilous journey along the yellow brick campaign trail to the November election is almost over.
Having lived my eight decades -- and proud of it -- I am able to say that this is not the worst time in our history or in my lifetime. Race riots and lynchings were rampant during my early years -- segregation and injustice abounded, but there was a sense that for all the unspeakable cruelties we were going forward -- that the country was better than the crimes that a few committed.
In the wake of the Pulse Nightclub shooting that left 49 mostly Latinx and Black people dead and 53 more injured, the LGBTQ
While white trans women and trans feminine people have escaped much of the worst violence, Black, Latinx, Native American and other transgender people of color have not.