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Pro-LGBTQ laws are the first passed since a 2017 moratorium imposed as part of repealing the HB 2 "bathroom bill"
Measures seek to bar trans athletes from competition and deny transition-related care to minors
Separate bill also ensures LGBTQ victims of crime can receive justice
Bills would bar trans athletes from competing and prohibit trans youth from receiving care to help them transition
25-year-old Courtney "Eshay" Key was misgendered in initial police reports
The European nation also made it easier for some transgender people to have their gender legally recognized
Justices allow lower court rulings finding trans kids do not threaten privacy of cisgender peers to stand
Trans people may lack accurate identity documents, encounter hostile poll workers, and even be threatened with violence
Under a new rule change, social workers in Texas will now be allowed to turn away LGBTQ clients based on their personal religious beliefs.
Myra Lebron says the Illinois Department of Employment Security refuses to recognize her legal name change
An injunction against pro-trans guidance could lead to school's having to out students to parents
Report documents progress and regression in various countries when it comes to recognizing transgender rights
Sanae Martinez was told she'd have to lose her earrings and cut her hair in order to attend school.
Advocates have criticized new standards that will likely rely on gender stereotypes or physical attributes to discriminate against trans people
Law would also close a loophole allowing registration of same-sex marriages and would ban LGBTQ couples from adopting