It “is unlikely to survive any level of constitutional review,” a state court judge wrote.
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Her unannounced appearance left patrons delighted, the LGBTQ+ community celebrated and she even took one of those famous bathroom selfies.
Despite clear violations, controversial group continues to spread false and harmful narratives unchecked on Instagram, igniting concerns over Meta’s commitment to LGBTQ+ safety, according to a new report.
State laws create an unclear pathway for Olivia Hill’s rights concerning gender-specific facilities.
A North Carolina policy that denies state employees coverage for gender-affirming care has been on hold pending appeal.
Tristan Young’s crowning as homecoming queen at a Missouri high school sparks an outpouring of support and ignites a fierce battle in the war of words online.
McBride was the nation's first out transgender state senator, and she's poised to make history again.
Boebert cites her “overtly animated personality” as the reason for her ejection from the Beetlejuice musical.
Most Americans also believe that lawmakers don’t know enough about transgender issues to make policies.
The transgender woman at the center of the case suffered humiliating abuse by a supervisor.
After he was demonitized in April, the transphobic and bigoted far-right media personality is bringing in big bucks on the video platform again, according to a new report from Media Matters.
A new Missouri law allows current patients to continue receiving care, but a provision of that statute makes prescribing those medications “untenable.”
Alejandra Caraballo has been copied on dozens of email bomb threats made across the country.
The faster a transgender patient receives access to care, the quicker their levels of suicidal ideation and gender dysphoria decreases, according to researchers.