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Lawsuit Says College Disciplined Professor Over LGBT Dispute

Apr 29
A Christian college in Massachusetts is being sued over allegations that it disciplined a professor for opposing the school's stance on hiring gay workers.

Transgender Bathroom Bill Fails in Tennessee Legislature

By Shelia Burke and Erik Schelzig | Apr 19
A Tennessee transgender bathroom bill has failed after a sponsor pulled the measure until next year.

Lesbian Ex-Firefighter Wins $800,000 In Harassment Lawsuit

Apr 18
A former Rhode Island firefighter who said she suffered years of sexual harassment and gender discrimination by her colleagues has been awarded more than $800,000.

Microsoft Joins Tech Giants In Agreeing to Gender Pay Equity

By EDGE | Apr 12
Expedia is now the fourth major U.S. tech giant to announce since February that it is moving to close the gender pay equity gap, with Amazon also recently committing to gender pay equity.

NYC Trans Man: Whole Foods Coworkers Called Me 'She, Her or It'

Apr 6
A transgender man, who worked at a Whole Foods in New York City, filed a lawsuit against the supermarket and says his coworkers humiliated him by calling him "she, her, or it."

Gender Pay Gap Closing as Amazon and Expedia Join Equity Tech Movement

By EDGE | Apr 5
Expedia is now the fourth major U.S. tech giant to announce since February that it is moving to close the gender pay equity gap, with Amazon also recently committing to gender pay equity.

Frontiers Fires Lesbian Reporter For Being Too Old

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 31
A renowned and respected lesbian reporter was just sacked for being too old -- and the publication that fired her is LGBT!

Whoopi Weed? Comedian Launches Line of Cannabis for Cramps

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 31
Comedian Whoopi Goldberg has announced she will join the long list of celebrity entrepreneurs by founding her own line of marijuana products specifically made for relieving painful period cramps.

A Third Of Women Experience Discrimination and Harassment at Work

By EDGE | Mar 24
A third of working women have experienced discrimination and harassment in the workplace, according to research.

Microsoft Says Hiring Go-Go Dancers At Xbox Party Was Wrong

By Brandon Bailey | Mar 19
Microsoft says it was "unequivocally wrong" for hosting a party with scantily dressed female dancers during a video game developers' conference.

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