NC Drops Bathroom Bill Lawsuit, Why That Won’t Change Anything

N.C. drops ‘bathroom bill’ lawsuit: Why that won’t settle the issue When a new North Carolina law limiting protections for LGBT people drew fire last spring from critics who described it as an unnecessary “bathroom bill” that violates the rights of transgender people, the state sued the federal government. Gov.

This Transgender Boy Gave A Speech to Counter Fear in His School

This Transgender Boy Gave A Powerful Speech To Counter Fear At His School Seventh-grader Ari Bowman spoke Monday evening at the East Penn School District in a bid to counter what he said was hateful and fearful rhetoric about transgender students using changing room that corresponds with their gender identity. “The hate that the transgender … Read more

This Boy’s Dream Of Being A Princess Inspired An Innovative Kids’ Book

This Boy’s Dream Of Being A Princess Inspired An Innovative Kids’ Book A powerful bilingual book that aims to create a space in the world of children’s literature for gender-nonconforming and gender-diverse kids will hit shelves this week. Author Laurin Mayeno based One of a Kind, Like Me/Único Como Yo on her son Danny, who … Read more

Study: Arizona has more transgender adults than U.S. average

Study: Arizona has more transgender adults than U.S. average A new study shows that Arizona is among the 20 states and Washington, D.C., that have a higher percentage of adults who identify as transgender than the national average. With an estimated 30,550 transgender adults making up 0.62 percent of Arizona’s population, the state ranks 12th … Read more

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On LGBT equality, middle ground is disappearing

On LGBT equality, middle ground is disappearing (RNS) Middle ground is disappearing on the question of whether LGBT persons should be treated as full equals, without any discrimination in society – and on the related question of whether religious institutions should be allowed to continue discriminating due to their doctrinal beliefs.