A coalition of powerful conservative organizations have put together a 900-plus-page playbook that maps out their strategy to enact a sweeping "Don't Say Gay" policy that will eradicate queer and trans lives and destroy democracy, if given the power. We can't let them.
It may seem harmless, but “just asking questions” is a bad-faith, politically motivated media tactic that manipulates readers into buying a skewed worldview.
Republicans are filing terrifying bills by the fistful every week. But that doesn't mean resistance is futile.
In their pushback against criticism of their trans coverage, The New York Times argues that activism and advocacy work has no place in their reporting. But their op-ed pages reveal a different story.
Fascists rely on scapegoating and stoking imaginary fears. Now Republicans have focused their hatred on trans people to deflect attention from their destructive policies, and it could cost us lives.
In the wake of Roe being overturned, writers and celebrities alike claim that including trans people in the abortion conversation "erases" women. But the reverse is actually true.
It's no coincidence that Republican-controlled states that criminalize abortion are also criminalizing gender-affirming care for trans people. And it's only the beginning of their pronatalist white supremacist agenda.
The GOP have focused their vitriol on the trans community, whom they depict as an existential threat to justify their plans to eradicate their existence from society. Sound familiar?
Anti-trans and anti-abortion protesters are trying to control the bodies of everyone who isn't a cis male. And they've proven they're willing to kill for it.
Cancel culture’s critics make bad-faith arguments about censorship and worry about artists’ ability to rehabilitate their careers. But what about their fans, who are grappling with the grief of relinquishing a beloved relationship with their work?