Will Non-Binary Gender Options on State IDs Reduce Discrimination?
More states are including a gender option that isn't male or female on IDs. Advocates believe the changes might have mixed effects.
For Trump, LGBT Rights Are Foreign Policy, Not a Domestic Concern
The president pledged to protect LGBT people, but instead has infringed on their rights domestically.
Does the Civil Rights Act Ban Discrimination Against LGBT People? The Supreme Court Plans to Decide.
For a trio of anti-LGBT discrimination cases, the issue revolves around the meaning of one word: sex.
The Implementation of SNAP Work Requirements Could Be Hugely Harmful to the LGBT Community
But it's hard to say exactly how harmful, as there are only scant data points available.
A Legislative Battle Looms Over Arizona's Repressive LGBT Education Laws
It is one of seven states with laws that prohibit the promotion of homosexuality and that expressly forbid teachers of health and sexuality education from discussing LGBT issues in a positive light—if at all.
Is Cuba's Proposed Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage Progress or a Ploy?
Cuba has shown a commitment to LGBT rights over the last two decades, but some fear it is being used a distraction from the suppression of other human rights.
In Brooklyn, a Roving Gym Is Building Muscle and Community
Pop Gym, a Brooklyn-based martial arts collective, is bringing self-defense to unexpected venues—and the vulnerable.
The Trump Administration Is Pushing to Regulate Transgender Americans Out of Their Legal Existence
Declaring sex immutable is, in effect, discrimination by legal re-categorization.
The Catholic Church Considers an Appeal to Welcome LGBT People
A Catholic conference heard an appeal from a U.S. priest on Thursday calling for the church to include lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.
The LGB Community Is Working Hard to Save the World
New research finds that gay men and lesbian women are disproportionately represented in the anti-war and environmental movements.
For LGBT Students, a STEM Career Is a Less Likely Option
New research suggests lesbian, gay, and bisexual students are being driven out of STEM majors.
Shut Out of Malaysia's Health-Care System, the Transgender Community Seeks Medical Refuge in Thailand
Transgender health care has diminished alongside a creeping crackdown against Malaysia's LGBT community over the last four decades.
HHS Cuts LGBT Health Resources From Its Popular Women's Health Website
Important questions pertaining to LGBT-specific health care are no longer visible on the website.
The Department of Education Will Not Investigate Bathroom Complaints From Trans Students
A spokesperson for the Department of Education said the agency will not consider or investigate complaints filed by transgender students against schools banning them from using bathrooms that match their gender identity.
Viewfinder: Australia Votes 'Yes' on Same-Sex Marriage
The crowd celebrates as the result of a national postal survey on same-sex marriage is announced at the State Library of Victoria on November 15th, 2017, in Melbourne, Australia.