Meet America's Transphobic 'Bathroom Cops'

Meet America's Newest 'Bathroom Cops'

Trans? Need to use the bathroom? Not if the potty police in these six states have anything to do about it!

Kentucky's Transphobic Legislation Dies After 'Last Ditch Effort'

Kentucky's Transphobic Legislation Dies After 'Last Ditch Effort'

Kentucky's so-called 'Bathroom Bully Bill' died in the House, despite a last-minute scramble to tack it onto unrelated legislation.

Supreme Court Sets a Date for Marriage Cases

Supreme Court Sets a Date for Marriage Cases

Attorneys representing same-sex couples hoping to secure the freedom to marry nationwide will have their day in court on April 28.

5 Best Arguments from the Supreme Court Marriage Briefs

5 Best Arguments from the Supreme Court Marriage Briefs

We've boiled hundreds of pages of legal briefs down to just five main arguments you need to know.

Couples Make Their Marriage Equality Case to Supreme Court

Couples Make Their Marriage Equality Case to Supreme Court

The couples filed legal briefs Friday, and their case is likely to be heard in April.

Kentucky Senate Quietly Approves Bill Targeting Trans Students

Ky. Senate Quietly Passes Bill Targeting Trans Students

If passed, the bill would prohibit trans students from accessing the restroom or locker room that corresponds with their gender identity.

Everything You Need to Know Now About Marriage Equality in Kentucky

Everything You Need to Know About Marriage in Kentucky

Get up to speed on the complex state of marriage equality in Kentucky.

Kentucky Lawmaker: Fine Schools $2,500 Every Time a Trans Student Uses 'Wrong' Bathroom

Lawmaker Wants to Punish Schools That Support Trans Students

Last week Senator C.B. Embry, Jr. introduced an antitrans bill to Senate, declaring that removing trans students from same-sex facilities is an "emergency."

SCOTUS Rejects Louisiana, Stays Mum on Marriage

SCOTUS Rejects Louisiana, Stays Mum on Marriage

While the court won't be hearing a case from Louisiana, it still might consider marriage equality cases out of Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, and Michigan.

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