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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg to be recognised as ‘icon for women and LGBT+ community’ with library named in her honour

An illustration of Layla Moran, two lesbian brides kissing, Kamala Harris and Joe Biden, and Elliot Page, with a rainbow above their heads and the letters 2020

10 major LGBT+ victories that prove 2020 wasn’t a total write-off

Samy Nemir-Olivares, District Leader in Brooklyn Democrats AD523, Williamsburg and Bushwick

Democratic Party committee unanimously votes to end exclusion of non-binary candidates

New Jersey Supreme Court transgender

Archaic rule forcing trans people to out themselves in newspaper adverts overturned by state Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court rejected the bid from Indiana's Republican attorney general Curtis Hill

Supreme Court slaps down Republican official’s attempt to stop same-sex parents being listed on birth certificates

US President Donald Trump

Donald Trump sends bizarre, incoherent Amy Coney Barrett tweet as Supreme Court declines to back electoral coup

LGBT+ activists rally in front of the Supreme Court in October 2019

Supreme Court emphatically refuses to hear case seeking to ban trans students from bathrooms and locker rooms

Transgender activist Aimee Stephens, sits in her wheelchair outside the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, October 8, 2019

Funeral home that fired trans rights hero Aimee Stephens ordered to pay substantial settlement in final ‘bittersweet’ victory

Same-sex parents

Supreme Court asked to consider chilling case that could strip same-sex couples of parental rights

Freddy McConnell: Trans dad on legal fight to be called his child's father

Trans man Freddy McConnell breaks silence over gruelling fight to be legally recognised as his child’s dad

Freddy McConnell

UK’s highest court rejects trans man’s appeal to be named his child’s father. But the fight is far from over

Supreme Court justice Samuel Alito attacked marriage equality while giving the keynote speech at the Federalist Society convention

Supreme Court justice thinks Americans have more of a right to be homophobic than marry or have an abortion

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