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Most Black women don't have access to abortion, and they're going to impact the elections

Out of the 11.8 million Black women between the ages of 15 and 49 in the U.S., 57 percent live in areas that restrict access to abortion.

For Families in the South Struggling to Find Gender-Affirming Care, Small Grants Make a Huge Difference

Across the South, families of transgender youth who want to find gender-affirming care for their children are wading through a morass of pending legal cases and being turned away at pharmacies without crucial information on what their rights are.

What Virginia's State Elections Could Mean for LGBTQ+ People

Virginia is the only state in the South that has more protections for than discriminatory policies against LGBTQ+ people.

Southern Queers: New Study Reveals the Reality of LGBTQ+ People in the South

While bucking some stereotypes, the study emphasizes the need for LGBTQ+ safe spaces in southern states.