The office met with community leaders on how it could protect LGBTQ+ people in the coming legislative session.
Locals are calling on assault charges against Rose to be dropped, claiming she was defending herself from attackers.
County attorney's appearance at Moms for Liberty event raises questions on political alignment with hate group
Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell has not been outspoken on LGBTQ+ rights of school-aged children. Her appearance at the event in Mesa, though, may solidify it for the public.
Despite having an LGBTQ+ liaison and advisory committee, Flagstaff police officers consistently dead-named a woman and misgendered her, even after being corrected and told to stop.
A trans woman was allegedly assaulted and harassed by at least four men. After she defended herself, police arrested her.
In Cottonwood, Arizona, a touring drag show attempting to bring LGBTQ+ visibility to small towns was faced with fierce opposition from Christian nationalists and insurrectionists.
Despite Republicans' continued push of anti-LGBTQ+ bills specifically targeting trans kids, people showed their support...PLUS a new EYES ON THE STATE
Being an incarcerated gay man means that "I have to be tougher, smarter, more self-reliant, and more resilient than straight men, both in and out of prison."
After a recent bomb threat at a coffee shop filled with children, parents and LGBTQ+ groups are pushing back against homophobic rhetoric amplified by Republicans.
Infraction data from the Department of Corrections shows how people are targeted for holding hands, having consensual encounters, or "homosex."
A New Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study said that safe school environments for queer youth were paramount to making sure depression, violence, and suicidal ideation didn't continue.
A rock n’ roll radio show host railed against gay men for more than thirty minutes on-air. The network aired it, anyways.
John Holmberg's morning show on 98KUPD spent two episodes railing against gay men who live in rural areas.
Threats, homophobic slurs, and property damage is making this queer couple reconsider moving to Phoenix's most sprawling suburb.