25 Years of National Coming Out Day: Coming Out Still Matters
The Human Rights Campaign looks back at some of the trailblazing coming out moments in American media that raised the profile of LGBT Americans and sparked important dialogue about the fight for equality.
Myth #1: Surgery is a Top Priority for All Transgender People
Medical professionals, transgender, and gender non-conforming people discuss the myth that surgeries are the most important action for transgender people. This video is part of an ongoing series called "Debunking the Myths: Transgender Health & Well-Being"
Whoopi Goldberg on Uganda & Nigeria
Last week, Uganda's president signed a bill into law that allows sentences of life imprisonment, just for being gay. The law also criminalizes advocacy for LGBT rights with up to seven years imprisonment. In January, Nigeria enacted a similar law that punishes LGBT individuals with up to 14 years in prison, and anyone who supports equality with prison sentences of up to 10 years. Goldberg says, "it isn't right to imprison someone for who they are, for who they love."
Frenchie Davis performs at the Opening Night of the HRC Time to THRIVE Conference
American Idol & the Voice contestant & powerhouse vocalist Frenchie Davis entertains the Time to THRIVE attendees.
Brian Brown: Stop Harming LGBT Russians
More than a dozen Americans, including the NOM President Brian Brown have traveled to Russia in the last year to meet with policy makers and lobby for anti-LGBT laws in Russia.