Growing up in the 1980s, there was little in the way of queer representation on TV. Now we've shattered the celluloid closet. But is this progress restricted to our small screens?
The DSM removed homosexuality from its list of mental illnesses in 1973. So why did the author's mother lose everything—including her kids—when she left her abusive husband for a woman in the late 1970s?
GOP lawmakers around the country claim they’re “protecting women and girls” in school sports. But, as this genderqueer writer attests, these humiliating, discriminatory laws can have devastating consequences on our kids.
When two cis-female anti-trans professors were uninvited to give talks, they were presented in the U.K. press as “victims” of cancel culture. But in the fight for trans rights, framing harmful rhetoric as personal opinion shouldn’t get a platform.
In recent years, the destructive practice of anti-LGBTQ "therapy" was being outlawed across the country. Then Trump-appointed judges decided that the bans were a violation of free speech.
As we navigate interactions with strangers and loved ones amidst a public health crisis, it's more important than ever to define and assert our boundaries.
Progress to include LGBTQ people and families in the census has been decades in the making. Now the Trump administration wants to erase them.
Transphobic TERFs believe they're the last true feminists for refusing to conform to outdated gender norms. So why are they upset that Always maxi-pads has ditched the "lady" symbol on their packaging?
On Tuesday, the Court heard opening arguments about whether LGB and trans people are worthy of anti-discrimination protections. The outcome will impact us all.
From repro rights to protections for LGBTQ people—in the face of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history—Dems have their work cut out for them.