Legal battles and provider concerns can complicate access to gender-affirming care.
September 22 2023 2:30 PM
Amid a surge of student activism, Southeast Missouri State University reverses a decision to close the center.
A new Pew Research poll reveals LGBTQ+ people's higher acceptance and political divide in views on open marriages.
The congressman who has been known to lie insisted that he wasn’t deflecting the questions being asked, but that’s exactly what he was doing.
“Leave my kids out of it,” the husband of U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg responded when a queer critic referenced his children in a review.
A new Missouri law allows current patients to continue receiving care, but a provision of that statute makes prescribing those medications “untenable.”
Scott Thomas Smith wrongly claimed a student who assaulted his daughter was gender-fluid. After a contentious school board meeting, Smith was convicted of disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice.
Some of the neo-Nazis took their hatred on the road to the Sunshine State from Ohio, Wisconsin and Maine.
Although he had access to any number of media organizations he saidhis focus was on regaining access to his account so he could tell the world he was okay.
The Canadian government is warning its citizens to read up on anti-LGBTQ+ laws in states they plan to visit.
The far-right group’s expulsion from the space seems to have sparked a spate of bomb threats against the library.
The bisexual former Bachelorette contestant said he and his team are investigating how this happened.
The judge dismissed a case brought by six other sorority sisters who were opposed to the transgender sister's membership.