Lockdown measures have been used as a way to crackdown on prominent activists.
Videos of people lusting after Olympians were taken down amid fears of outing closeted athletes from countries with anti-LGBTQ policies.
Broadcasters who regularly share obscure facts and stats about athletes are failing to get their pronouns right.
For the Teduray, there was no question, trans men and women were “real.”
Thousands of people showed up in London to protest the commercialisation of Pride and called on the government to do more to protect LGBTQ rights.
“I’ve had to refocus my college search and look for schools in states where there aren’t active efforts to pass anti-trans bills.”
Controversial laws condemned by other European countries will now be put to a national vote, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said.
What should be a time of celebration for the trans community in Spain, as the country considers becoming the largest EU member to allow gender self-ID, has instead become a moment of anxiety.
The drag scene in Hungary is popular and vibrant. But animosity whipped up by the nationalist government and a supportive press is taking its toll.