“There are plenty of good people in America, but there are plenty of people who just want to kill us.”
Hundreds of proposed anti-trans bills are brewing across the country, and they're becoming more and more restrictive.
“All of us have been sounding the alarm that this was going to be the end result—we’ve all known it.”
That means trans patients will have a harder time accessing critical healthcare information.
Trump’s anti-trans attacks generated thunderous applause from the MAGA crowd, prompting him to note it was the most enthusiastic response he’d gotten all day.
A conservative school board candidate in Santa Rosa County, Florida, called for doctors who provide gender-affirming care to children to be lynched.
Missouri Republican Sen. Elaine Gannon questioned the trans, nonbinary child, Avery Jackson, during a legislative committee hearing earlier in March.
Corporations who say they support LGBTQ people have recently donated to state legislators behind bills targeting transgender youth, VICE News found.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson said earlier this week he’d veto a bill that would deny health care to trans young people, but he’s been overruled.
“Law enforcement, state officials, and local politicians have no sense of urgency to address this growing epidemic,” said the grieving mom of 45-year-old Alexus Braxton.
In an exclusive op-ed, Gavin Grimm opens up about what it's been like to be a teenager and a leading voice in the fight for trans rights.
"Compromise on justice is not a beginning; it is an end." Chase Strangio, one of the nation's leading attorneys fighting against anti-trans legislation, speaks out on the so-called "repeal" of North Carolina's HB2 law.