South Dakota's HB 1108 is likely to prove a harbinger of things to come for the LGBTQ community in the United States.
- The Trump Administration Is Trying to Make It Easier for Doctors to Deny Care to LGBTQ People
- In Iowa, Religious Student Groups Get a License to Discriminate Against LGBTQ People
- You Don’t Have to Believe Jussie Smollett. But Ask Yourself Why You Don’t.
- Six Spring Books by Queer Women That Should Be On Your Reading List
- How the Department of Justice’s New Definition of Intimate Partner Violence Could Leave Victims at Risk
- California Could Be First to Ban Medically Unnecessary Surgeries on Intersex Babies
How the Department of Justice’s New Definition of Intimate Partner Violence Could Leave Victims at Risk
These changes send a clear message to survivors: You are not valued.
Coming soon: a memoir by feminist icon Cherríe Moraga, a chatty road-trip novel about queer America, and meditations on mental health.
Candice Crowder, a 33-year-old Black trans woman, says prison staff beat her and placed her in solitary confinement, as well as in housing units closer to the prisoners who assaulted and abused her.
So predictable to suspect Black queer men for "provoking" violence against them. But here we are—with much of Twitter speculating he's lying about a hookup gone awry.
The pain progressives feel in Virginia is real. We reject racism and blackface from our political leaders. We stand with and believe sexual assault survivors, and we demand that our political leaders treat women with respect.