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Diana Tourjée is a writer living in New York City.
The Trump Administration has proposed a revision of the Affordable Care Act that would eliminate anti-discrimination protections for transgender Americans.
The new rule would allow shelters to deny a population more than twice as likely to be homeless.
If he wins Tuesday's primary, the Philadelphia lawyer will be seated for ten years.
A new report shows how police departments nationwide have failed to adopt or modernize policies protecting the rights of transgender people.
A court has ruled that discrimination against intersex athletes is acceptable based on "theoretical" advantages. Now what?
“It is mystifying to me that a President believes that defining people out of existence, or erasing their identity, would somehow make America stronger," said Rep. Joe Kennedy III, the chairman of the Congressional Trans Equality Task force.
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House Bill 1108, which forbids teachers from educating their students about gender dysphoria, passed through the South Dakota House on Tuesday. The bill's sponsor claims it will "save" youth from getting "this disease."
At the end of the 2018 fiscal year, ICE had 68 transgender people in custody. Today they have 111.
Multiple fringe evangelical Christian groups with connections to the top levels of Texan government have been working to dismantle the civil rights of transgender Americans
AC Dumlao grew up in New York City during a time when most people didn't even know what trans and gender nonconforming meant—today, the city finally acknowledges they exist.