Rulings involving religious employers have broad negative implications for LGBTQ+ Americans.
Monday's decision didn't just benefit gay, lesbian, and transgender people.
What the Supreme Court ruling and the public's support for Black Lives Matter show us.
A look at the winding road to Monday's SCOTUS ruling that codified employment protections for all LGBTQ+ Americans.
The court's landmark ruling came about because of Aimee Stephens, Donald Zarda, and Gerald Bostock.
Justice Alito worries about trans restroom access and equal rights for rapists, while Kavanaugh sees no connection between homophobia and sexism.
Many leaders expressed jubilation, but also determination to more fully protect LGBTQ+ people.