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A Chicago suburb seeks to repeal a law labeling dressing in clothing that does not match assigned sex at birth a form of "indecent exposure."
Lawyers for a trans woman who sued the D.C. Department of Corrections for housing her in a men's unit say DOC's housing policy is still...
The Department of Justice has weighed in on two lawsuits challenging anti-transgender laws, saying it believes the laws are unconstitutional.
Tennessee's governor has signed a bill allowing students to sue for "emotional harm" if they see a trans person using a multi-user restroom.
A trans prsioner in D.C. Jail has been moved to a women's unit, but her class-action lawsuit challening DOC's housing policy will continue.
Man says staffer outed him to other clients and insisted he list his assigned sex at birth on paperwork
Law would also close a loophole allowing registration of same-sex marriages and would ban LGBTQ couples from adopting
Bill also requires prison officials to use correct names and pronouns in all interactions with trans and nonbinary inmates
LGBTQ advocates urge college sporting association to relocate events from Idaho, as it did with North Carolina in 2016
Panama does not recognize trans people's gender identity unless they have undergone surgery
John Fillmore's bills challenge any recognition of transgender individuals' gender identity by schools or government
Spate of bills targeting transgender athletes shows social conservatives believe they've found a salient wedge issue