The Freedom—and Fear—of Traveling While Transgender
When you travel as a transgender person, you are truly 'out' in the fullest sense of the word, refusing to hide from a world that would often rather you stay out of sight.
Inside Election Night’s ‘Rainbow Wave’ of LGBT Victories
Tuesday’s election offered limited, but tangible, hope to the LGBT community. For more lasting change, the ‘rainbow wave’ may have to accrue a lot more velocity.
Look Out for These LGBT Candidates in the Midterm Elections
There are almost 250 out-LGBT candidates running for election on Tuesday, and—in Massachusetts—a ballot measure that could eradicate trans protections statewide.
LGBT Candidates Face Prejudiced Baiting On Election Trail
While LGBT candidates are keen to talk about local issues in their midterm election races, some of their opponents are seeking to whip up prejudice against them to win votes.
Uncovering the Truth About Trump’s Anti-LGBT Crusade
LGBT campaigners are using FOIAs to uncover the history and detail about who and what lie behind the formation of the Religious Liberty Task Force and anti-transgender policy.
‘Butterfly’ Reveals the Complex Truth About Growing Up Trans
‘Butterfly’ is a deeply moving portrayal of a family struggling with the coming out of their transgender daughter. Its broadcast couldn’t be more timely in both the U.K. and U.S.
Forget Trump. The Next Trans Rights Challenge Is at SCOTUS
The case of Aimee Stephens, a transgender woman fired from her job after coming out, might be heading to the Supreme Court. How it rules is more important than Trump’s threats.