If the end result is 4-1-4 in favor of Aimee Stephens with a narrow, positive interpretation of Title VII being the 1, I’ll cheer.
It’s time for America to honor Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
By discarding centuries of legal precedent to protect President Trump, she showed how judicial anti-LGBTQ bias is part of a larger disease in the Trump Administration.
World Pride has never been held any further south than Jerusalem. Let’s take it down under.
Christie Lee Littleton fought to be recognized as her late husband’s widow.
Aimee Stephens came out as a transgender woman and announced her decision to medically transition at the same time I was preparing for my own transition. That isn’t our only similarity.
The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments this week on whether the 55-year-old federal civil rights law extends job protections to LGBT and transgender workers nationwide.
In 2019, all industries intertwine with each other — fashion, entertainment, music, politics, and business. The notion of “opting-out” of the dialogue is willfully ignorant.
If the court rules against LGBTQ rights, trans people who live outside of cities and states with inclusive nondiscrimination laws will need legal umbrellas. Here is one that some, though not all, might be able to use.