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Linda Perry opens up in new documentary, premiering in June at Tribeca Festival

"I felt proud of how revealing it is," Perry says of Let It Die Here.

Trans woman loses lower legs in NYC subway attack. Now, friends rally to help her

The man with whom she was in a relationship is accused of throwing her in front of a train. He is charged with assault and attempted murder.

Black trans woman África Parrilla García shot to death in Puerto Rico

Few details have emerged about her life and death, as initial reports deadnamed and misgendered her.

The LGBTQ+ movie fan's guide to the 2024 TCM Classic Film Festival

It's the event of the year for classic film devotees — here are some recommendations for the discerning queer fan.

Trans man Tee Arnold shot to death in Florida

Arnold had posted on social media that his life was in danger.

Can scientific research on the causes of homosexuality be used against LGBTQ+ people?

Writer Justin Torres and scientists share their thoughts with NPR.

George Takei releases kids' book about his childhood in internment camp

My Lost Freedom tells the story of a shameful chapter in American history.

Ohio court temporarily blocks ban on gender-affirming care for trans youth

The temporary restraining order is short-lived, but advocates are pushing to have the ban struck down permanently.

Hillary Clinton and Kelly Clarkson condemn Arizona ruling upholding 1864 abortion ban

"It's just insane to me," Clarkson said, and Clinton agreed.

Supreme Court lets Idaho enforce law criminalizing gender-affirming care for minors

The state can enforce it against all state residents except those who sued to challenge it, the high court ruled Monday.

Missouri Attorney General can obtain information on Planned Parenthood's trans health care, court rules

Ruling in Bailey’s favor, Stelzer said the AG’s office has “broad investigative powers” and that Bailey has the right to obtain any documents that aren’t protected by the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

The 10 most challenged books of last year

Book-banning efforts have been aimed primarily at books with LGBTQ+ content and those by or about people of color. Here are the top 10 books that were targeted.

Germany makes it easier to change gender and name on legal documents

Transgender and nonbinary Germans will soon be able to apply for changes by simply declaring their name and gender instead of having to provide so-called expert opinions.

Democrats introduce resolution in support of LGBTQ+ youth

The resolution demands "equal educational opportunity, basic civil rights protections, and freedom from erasure."

Suspect in killing of Black trans man Righteous Torrence 'TK' Hill identified by police

Hill was the founder and owner of Evollusion, a hair and beauty salon that was a safe space for the Black LGBTQ+ community in the Atlanta area.

Trans and nonbinary migrants file complaint over treatment at ICE detention facility

They allege discrimination, harassment, denial of health care, and other mistreatment at a detention center in Colorado.

Trans Latina Meraxes Medina killed in Los Angeles

Medina, a makeup artist and friend to many, was shot to death last month.

Small-college association bans all transgender women from women's sports

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics' new policy will go into effect with the 2024-2025 school year.

Amy Schneider's come-from-behind win puts her ahead in 'Jeopardy!' tournament

The top woman and trans contest in the show's history is leading in the Jeopardy! Invitational Tournament.

These are the most challenged library books in America — yes, most are LGBTQ+

Gender Queer, All Boys Aren't Blue, and This Book Is Gay lead the American Library Association's list of the 10 most challenged books of 2023.