One of Joe Biden’s first executive orders, signed Wednesday, seeks to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination. Trans people hope he will deliver on his promise for full equality.
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.
Tucker Carlson devoted a segment of his Fox News show to attacking trans kids and their parents—then claimed he was the victim. His prejudice is as ugly as it is predictable.
Felycya Harris’ murder brings the number of killings of trans people in 2020 to at least 31—matching the previous high recorded in 2017. And the year’s not over yet.
Jenna Ellis, a Trump adviser, is the latest transphobe to misgender and harass Pennsylvania’s trans health director, Dr. Rachel Levine. Levine is just getting on with her job.
Tony Zosherafatain shows the struggles of four trans Americans living in conservative communities in his film “Trans in Trumpland.” He hopes it can be released before the election.
LGBTQ advocates responded to a series of transphobic tweets by J.K. Rowling by fundraising for black trans groups—in the “Harry Potter” author’s name.
The Transgender Day of Remembrance honors transgender people who have been murdered and killed. Today, we should remember them, and vow to keep fighting for justice and equality.
Mario Lopez apologized for his “ignorant” and “insensitive” views about raising transgender children. At least his cruel remarks help us realize what good parenting should involve.
In a statement to The Daily Beast, Tucker Carlson wrote, ‘Probably because I have three daughters, it’s painful to watch biological men steal athletic opportunities from girls.’
The 50 years since Stonewall—where trans people were on the frontline—has seen progress and backlash, with the Trump administration determined to pursue policies of discrimination.