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Freedom of religion doesn't mean freedom to discriminate

November Could be Consequential for Transgender and Nonbinary People Like Me

A ballot initiative in Massachusetts is the latest assault on the right of transgender people to exist in public spaces.

By Reg Calcagno
October 4, 2018

LGBT Students Face Heartbreaking Treatment at an Oregon High School

North Bend School District has tried to sweep years of discrimination under the rug. They must be held accountable.

By Mat dos Santos, Kelly Simon
May 20, 2018

Transgender Soldiers Are Equal to the Task. We Have Earned the Right to Serve Our Country.

It was liberating to serve my country as my authentic self. Now, we step back to uncertainty.

By Brock Stone
November 8, 2017

Stop Performing Nonconsensual, Medically Unnecessary Surgeries on Young Intersex Children

Surgeries on intersex children can lead to a lifetime of trauma for those receiving them.

By Chase Strangio
October 26, 2017

Think Religiously Motivated Discrimination Can’t Affect You? Guess Again.

No one should be fired from their job simply because they are transgender.

By James Esseks
October 4, 2017

The Masterpiece Cakeshop Supreme Court Case Is One Piece of a Much Larger Attack on LGBTQ Lives

It’s not about the cake. And it’s not about artistic expression. It’s about survival.

By Chase Strangio
September 22, 2017

Time Marches Forward and So Do We

Watch a short history of trans discrimination, resistance, and survival, and join the fight.

By Chase Strangio
August 11, 2017

Donald Trump Attacks Transgender People to Help Build Border Wall

In a nakedly political move, Trump endangers transgender soldiers to pay for wall with Mexico.

By Faiz Shakir
July 28, 2017

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