Katelyn Burns is a freelance journalist based in Washington, DC. She was the first openly transgender Capitol Hill reporter in U.S. history. Her other work can be seen in The Washington Post, Teen Vogue, Vox, and many others.
The ten biggest moments in transgender rights and representation this decade proved that visibility is a double-edged sword.
People have started calling out Democratic members of Congress for supporting the Hyde Amendment.
The ACLU lawyer representing Aimee Stephens in front of the Supreme Court explains why we should all be watching her case.
The cosmetics company recently launched the most public corporate campaign to increase awareness of trans issues.
"Transparent" star Trace Lysette opens up about her experiences being typecast and her vision for a gender-inclusive entertainment industry in the era of #MeToo.
The success of Danica Roem and Chelsea Manning's Senate bid reveal that trans political power is more accessible than ever.
The Trump administration's move to avoid the word "transgender" in budget documents reflects a broader, troubling agenda.
"Kim and Kim" is the first major comic book featuring a trans woman written by a trans woman. Broadly spoke with author Mags Visaggio about the future of diverse comics and what she's hoping to accomplish in 2018.
The first black, openly trans woman in US history to win elected office also spent 2017 spearheading the University of Minnesota's Transgender Oral History Project.
Calleigh Little set out to become the first woman to skateboard across America. She found a lesson in humanity.
A new PAC is working to get trans people to elected office, where they've rarely been before.
A cruel memo from Jeff Sessions stands to make life even harder for trans people like me.