Dawn Ennis

The Advocate's news editor Dawn Ennis successfully transitioned from broadcast journalism to online media following another transition that made headlines; in 2013, she became the first trans staffer in any major TV network newsroom. As the first out transgender editor at The Advocate, the native New Yorker continues her 30-year media career, in which she has earned more than a dozen awards, including two Emmys. With the blessing of her three children, Dawn retains the most important job title she's ever held: Dad.

Trans activist Reina Gossett accuses out filmmaker David France of stealing her work to make his film about the Stonewall icon. But there's more than scandal beneath the surface.

January 23 2018 10:18 AM Updated

One trans woman to another: Your bid for the U.S. Senate is doomed to fail, even if you win.

4:27 AM

Meet two women and a man who go out of their way to stand up for their community and fellow Texans.

July 26 2017 6:54 AM

The trans pioneer — who founded  SiriusXM and created a pharmaceutical company to save her youngest daughter — tells The Advocate Donald Trump is "irrelevant" to trans rights.

May 08 2017 12:51 PM

Muslim clerics issued a resolution following the report about authorities rounding up gay men, promising "retribution" for those working at the newspaper, "with no statute of limitations."

8:50 PM

"Here I go again," the former secretary of state told Georgetown University students, "talking about research, evidence and facts."

April 06 2017 8:21 PM
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