A cis man in Oregon was convicted of a hate crime last week after brutally beating a trans woman for using a women's restroom.
On Tuesday, Massachusetts voters rejected a transphobic attempt to repeal a civil rights law.
A proposed rule change to strip trans people of their rights wouldn't just be morally ugly, it would likely be incredibly unpopular.
Meet the teenage boy from Virginia who became an unlikely leader in a legal battle that will define his generation.
Approaching graduation, Gavin Grimm confronts his future as a young man and a national icon, knowing that his long-fought battle for equality is far from over.
Vinnie Holt shares his experience transitioning while in high school in Charlotte, North Carolina—a state notorious for its anti-trans "bathroom bill."
With the powerful Republican moderate who stopped the bathroom bill stepping down, no one is sure what will happen next.
Cases in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Minnesota have all ended in wins for trans students.
Ashlee Marie Preston sits down with Broadly to talk about the responsibility journalists have to represent marginalized voices—and how she found herself at the forefront of the movement to boycott a radio show over transphobic comments.
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"I'm running for city council because I want to be a voice for all people, not just trans people," Mel Wymore says.
Pastor Ralph Van Ness, who also works as a high school security guard, has been vocal in his fight to prevent trans people from using the bathroom. I wanted to see what he'd say face-to-face with a trans person.