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A 13-year-old transgender girl is suing the state of Florida over a law that would prohibit her from playing on the girls' soccer team.
Court becomes the second in the South to refuse to dismiss a trans employee's health care discrimination lawsuit
Fourth Circuit finds both Title IX and U.S. Constitution protect transgender people from discrimination under the law
Judge rules prohibition on discussing homosexuality in health class violates LGBTQ students' right to equal protections
AGs say barring transgender people from spaces matching their gender identity serves "no legitimate interests"
Fresh off his 2018 defeat by lesbian U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, Jason Lewis is now running against Sen. Tina Smith
Companies argue anti-LGBTQ policies will harm ability to retain quality employees and do business in certain areas
Settlement terms require district to allow John Doe to use boys' facilities without interference
State will start covering transition-related procedures for employees
Judge rules allowing student to use boys' restroom "poses no threat to the privacy or safety of any of his fellow students"
In an historic decision, a federal court in Maryland has found that transgender students’ ability to use restrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identity...
School board says lawsuit no longer relevant due to Grimm's graduation from high school
On Friday, transgender teen Gavin Grimm withdrew his request for a preliminary injunction, which allows him to move forward with his lawsuit challenging the Gloucester...
Three recent high school graduates from suburban Pittsburgh will each receive $20,000 as part of a settlement reached with the Pine-Richland School District, reports the...
School district agrees to add gender identity to its nondiscrimination policies, including for restroom access