In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, housing justice organizers have marshalled widespread concern about public health to push policymakers to stop policing poverty and instead invest in housing and care. If this campaign succeeds, it will be the most important feminist victory of the decade.
While lesbian, gay, bisexual and other queer people continue to face prejudice, discrimination and structural barriers in the South, a survey shows that trans respondents reported the worst physical and mental health, felt most uncomfortable seeking medical care and received lower-quality care than other queer people in the region.
“The fear for us is not new. We have always been scared.”
Fifty years after the Stonewall Riots began the modern LGBTQ+ movement, young people like Lillian Lennon and Raquel Willis are forming a new front line in the fight for trans equality—and giving young trans people hope for the future.
Voters in the Bay State will decide whether to keep or repeal the state’s 2016 anti-discrimination law this November in what will be the first statewide referendum on transgender rights.
This week, the Trump administration put an undocumented 10-year-old in a migrant facility, kept fighting to block Jane Doe from accessing an abortion in violation of her rights and doubled down on the ban on trans service members—and the ambassador to New Zealand is under investigation for sexual harassment.
The right to participate in public life through military service has often gone hand-in-hand with the basic civil rights we consider an essential foundation of democracy.
Though transgender individuals are facing an uncertain and potential unjust fate, they’re not the only ones. They’re merely the newest minority group made into political targets.
As a trans survivor of sexual and emotional abuse, Lexie Bean has spent a lot of time trying to make sense of their own body.
Ms. talked to transgender activist Michaela Mendelsohn about her launch of the California Transgender Workplace Project.