It's a groundbreaking development for the transgender community, as we finally heard our first transgender speaker at a major political convention.
Chelsea Manning was taken to a hospital near Fort Leavenworth early Tuesday and returned to the Kansas military base's prison later in the day
While states are passing laws restricting bathroom use for transgender people, Governor Gina Raimondo wants to continue pushing Rhode Island in the opposite direction, now by allowing health coverage for transitional services for state workers and their dependents 18 years and older.
U.S. immigration officials are opening a new detention facility in Texas that will include a unit specifically created for transgender individuals.
A North Carolina high school will allow students to carry pepper spray, razors and other items which one board member suggested they might need to defend themselves against transgender classmates they encounter in the bathroom.
The Obama administration on Monday filed a lawsuit against the state of North Carolina, alleging that a bill that blocks protections for transgender people violates federal law.
“This is what trans looks like, Gov. McCrory,” Adam Plant writes. “I am trans, I am queer, I am a lover, a writer, an actor, and a singer.”
Those photos of urinals in the women's restroom at Target? Turns out, those weren't exactly accurate.
The fact that many LGBT people end up as a sex worker is an issue often overlooked rather conveniently by many activists and charities.
Less than two weeks ago, North Carolina's state legislature passed, and the governor approved, an innocently named bill with the title "HB2." In the ensuing shitstorm that has followed, it has come to be known as "The Bathroom Bill."