Leading transgender activists say the community needs more than simple recognition. This year is the worst for us in so many ways.
Dawn Ennis is a freelance journalist, a blogger at lifeafterdawn.com, HuffPost and Medium, and the host of a talk show on YouTube: “RiseUP With Dawn Ennis.” She reports for NBC News, The Advocate, The Los Angeles Blade, NewNowNext, GO Magazine and Outsports.
A BBC article that suggests lesbians are being coerced into sex with transgender women is not just wrong, it’s dangerous.
The star of “Roots,” “Star Trek,” and “Reading Rainbow” opens up about his experience auditioning for “Jeopardy!”, his new book, and William Shatner’s flight to space.
This weekend, the National Trans Visibility March takes place, as Texas gets nearer to banning trans teens from sports and Dave Chappelle remains unapologetically transphobic.
Texas Republicans already introduced the greatest number of anti-trans bills in the country this year, more than 40 bills—triple any other state. And they are back at it today.
Laurel Hubbard and Quinn competing in their sports on Monday made for two historic moments. Whether the world of sport becomes fully welcoming to trans athletes remains to be seen.
The real proof of progress will be when another gay NFL player sees a green light now that Carl Nassib has been embraced, and realizes there’s no reason to stay in the closet.
Seven trans people from across the U.S. share their pandemic experiences, hopes, fears, what they really think of Caitlyn Jenner, and their determination to embrace and enjoy life.
Rosi Sexton told The Daily Beast that getting to know trans people had led her to recognize “the really awful sort of discrimination and harassment and abuse” that they face.
Hundreds of anti-trans, anti-LGBTQ bills were tabled in state legislatures. Some passed, some failed, some were vetoed, some wait to be voted on—and some will return next session.