Opinion: The U.S. Is About to Decide if LGBTQ People Truly Count as Citizens
In an exclusive op-ed, Congressman Joe Kennedy III explains why LGBTQ Americans need the Equality Act to pass.
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What Happens When Colleges Try to Define Trans Existence?
Morehouse College's decision to become the first all-male HBCU to admit trans men raises questions about how colleges will attempt to define transgender identity for its students.
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A Congressional Task Force for Trans Equality Is Mobilizing Against Trump
Its chairman, Democratic congressman Joe Kennedy III, has become a new leader for transgender rights in Washington.
New Bill Aims to Prevent Gender Dysphoria 'Disease' From Spreading to Kids
House Bill 1108, which forbids teachers from educating their students about gender dysphoria, passed through the South Dakota House on Tuesday. The bill's sponsor claims it will "save" youth from getting "this disease."
How to Get Started on Your Gender Transition
Everything you need to know about insurance coverage of transgender and gender non-binary medical care.
Trump's DOJ Tells Supreme Court It's Fine to Discriminate Against Trans Workers
President Donald Trump's Department of Justice told the Supreme Court it doesn't consider anti-trans workplace discrimination a violation of federal law.
'It Hurts Me at My Core': Trans, Intersex, and Nonbinary Teens Have Words for Trump
After news broke that the Trump Administration may try to define gender by "genitalia at birth," we spoke to trans and intersex teens to see what they make of the latest attempt to erase their identity.
Advocates Have a Plan to Defeat Trump's Attack on Trans Protections
Activists and legal experts say they know what it takes to shut down the Trump administration's attack on transgender civil rights.
Altered Birth Certificates Are 'Free Speech' for Trans People, Lawsuit Says
Lambda Legal has sued the state of Kansas for refusing to allow transgender citizens to alter the sex marker on their birth certificate, arguing that inaccurate birth certificates compel speech.
Congressional Hopeful Alexandra Chandler Comes Out Swinging for Trans Kids
Alexandra Chandler, who would become the first trans congresswomen if she's elected, is speaking out on a November vote in Massachusetts that will ask the public whether to overturn an anti-discrimination law protecting trans people.
The Trans Woman Set on Becoming Governor of Vermont
Christine Hallquist has been working for the state of Vermont for decades. Now, she's aiming to revitalize her state's politics and become the first trans Governor in US history.
Tender Photos of Life on the Frontline of Argentina's Trans Rights Movement
The power of pride, love, and family shines through in photographer Kike Arnal's portraits of a South American trans community.