That means trans patients will have a harder time accessing critical healthcare information.
It's the most extreme anti-trans medical care bill introduced at the state level this year.
We need doctors to provide treatments that help align us with our bodies, but when we have broader health issues, we're often mistreated or dismissed.
It ignores all the other people—with or without a uterus—who have reproductive health needs.
Hilde Hall tells the ACLU she left an Arizona CVS near tears after the pharmacist on duty "humiliated" her.
Too few schools have trans-specific content in their curriculum, but things are changing for the better.
Doctors still don't know exactly how hormone therapy affects egg or sperm production.
Kentucky may be "Southern-ish," but it's home to the nation's first med school-wide curriculum for treating LGBT patients.