HB2

nba

NBA Officially Capitulates to North Carolina's Bogus HB2 Repeal

Charlotte will host the 2019 NBA All-Star Game despite nobody's satisfaction with North Carolina's half-assed HB2 repeal.
Aaron Gordon
5.24.17
NCAA

NCAA President on Returning to North Carolina After HB2: State Did "Absolute Minimum"

Mark Emmert "wound up convinced the governor got as good a deal as they were going to get passed in that legislature."
Sean Newell
4.20.17
nba

NBA Becomes Latest Organization to Capitulate to North Carolina's Bogus HB2 Repeal

After moving the All-Star Game out of Charlotte because of the state's hateful HB2 legislation, the NBA is lifting the ban.
Sean Newell
4.10.17
LGBTQ

We Asked Five Artists to Design All-Gender Restroom Signs

Print them out and use them to destigmatize your local bathroom.
Hugh Ryan
4.8.17
NCAA

NCAA Caves on North Carolina's HB2 Repeal

The NCAA is going to lift its ban on holding events in North Carolina after the state repealed and replaced the controversial HB2.
Sean Newell
4.4.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Hawaii judge extends block on Trump's travel ban, truck bomb kills 15 in Baghdad, North Carolina moves to repeal bathroom bill, and more.
VICE Staff
3.30.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

North Carolina's 'Bathroom Bill' Could Cost the State More Than $3 Billion

The Associated Press's new analysis tallied up every major project that's been canceled in the state specifically because of HB2.
Lauren Messman
3.27.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Apparently No One Will Hire the Former Governor Who Signed the Transphobic Bathroom Law

"People are reluctant to hire me, because, 'Oh my gosh, he's a bigot,'" former North Carolina governor Pat McCrory said.
Eve Peyser
3.13.17
LGBTQ

Obama Was the Most Pro-Trans President in History

Barack Obama will leave Washington having saved Chelsea Manning's life. But that doesn't mean his administration has a spotless record when it comes to trans issues.
Katelyn Burns
1.20.17
News

How Trump Will Change the Lives of Rural America's LGBTQ Youth

Experts fear his administration will only widen an already problematic divide between urban and rural America.
Jon Shadel
11.13.16
News

Will LGBTQ Anti-Discrimination Laws Survive a Trump Presidency?

Republicans will soon control all three branches of government, leaving many LGBTQ activists worried that laws and regulations protecting a vulnerable population will be rolled back.
Harron Walker
11.11.16
weak in review

Offense, Defense, And Watching Sports With Your Eyes Open: David Roth's Weak In Review

This was a bad week for people that value the rituals of reverence around sporting events more than they do the conflict that's at the heart of these games. Good.
David Roth
9.16.16
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