Fifty years ago today, Congress passed the Equal Rights Amendment, which could help shore up rights for queer people along with current legislation.
It's been a year since Virginia became the final state needed to ratify the ERA, and trans politician Danica Roem was a key factor.
The ERA isn't just a thing of the past as in the series Mrs. America. It's front and center — and queer-inclusive.
Announcing the end of “the exclusion policy” is a positive step. However, the damage the church has wreaked means it’s all too little, too late
The Equal Rights Amendment is about equality for women, but also nonbinary, trans, and gay and bi people.