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Trump voters overwhelmingly support LGBTQ+ equality, new poll finds
A new poll shows that likely voters in key swing states overwhelmingly support LGBTQ+ equality — including those supporting Trump.
Trump has gutted LGBTQ+ rights. Could a Biden presidency undo the damage?
Biden has promised action on LGBTQ+ issues starting on day one. But undoing four years of anti-LGBTQ+ policy may take decades.
19 Minutes with The 19th Ep. 3: Politics, policy and the LGBTQ+ community
Join us on Instagram Live Friday, Oct. 2 to hear from our LGBTQ+ reporter Kate Sosin, who will answer your questions about the intersection of politics, policy and the LGBTQ+ community.
A more conservative Supreme Court could bring drastic changes for LGBTQ+ Americans
Across the nation, queer people are debating fast-tracking major life changes, expecting that rights they now have could be stripped away.
Ginsburg's replacement could play a pivotal role in shaping health care access
The next justice could weigh in on a case to overturn the Affordable Care Act, along with numerous pending abortion lawsuits. All would have huge implications for cis women and trans people.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s sex discrimination fight laid the foundation for LGBTQ+ legal wins
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is remembered for changing the game for women. But her work profoundly reshaped the legal landscape for queer people.
Presidential town halls have neglected LGBTQ+ issues
Four presidential forums have aired since the conventions. All of them skipped over LGBTQ+ issues.
In historic year for trans candidates, Sarah McBride poised to become the nation’s first openly transgender state senator
The Delaware candidate’s win caps off a primary season with several trans people set to break barriers in statehouse seats around the country.
‘Don't sell us short’: How activists plan to turn out the queer Latinx vote
Political organizers push to mobilize this voting bloc in critical swing states like Florida and North Carolina.
Could the parents of LGBTQ+ kids decide the presidential election? Advocates are putting money on it.
Field organizers are hitting the ground in swing states to target millions of "equality voters."