In February, Labor Secretary Tom Perez announced that the department would begin reviewing 2012's Macy v. Holder case, determining how best to integrate that decision into department policy.
Artist, photographer, and filmmaker David LaChapelle sounds off on his 'controversial' poster for Life Ball, the recent debate over slurs, censorship, and the importance of finding one's own identity.
A new documentary aims to capture the humanity of the trans experience, putting a focus on areas of misinformation and ignorance.
The World Health Organization released a detailed report urging national and local governing bodies to remove surgical requirements for legal gender recognition.
In an interview with a local news outlet, one suspect in last month's beating of two transgender women claims he was provoked, using a "trans panic" or "gay panic" defense in his explanation of the night's events.
After being denied use of changing facilities at a Staten Island swimming pool, 24-year-old Bryan Ellicott is filing suit against the city's Dept. of Parks and Recreation, alleging discrimination.
The bill, which would ensure that a transgender person's accurate gender is listed on their death certificate, now heads to the State Senate.
After a video depicting two women being beaten onboard Atlanta's public transportation system went viral, two men are in custody facing misdemeanor charges.