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New York has passed a law allowing trans and nonbinary New Yorkers to change their names and gender markers on vital documents and state IDs.
Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney reintroduced a bill intended to improve reporting of data on anti-LGBTQ violent crimes.
Report's release coincides with Transgender Day of Remembrance and new FBI data showing rise in anti-trans hate crimes
32 transgender or gender-nonconforming people have been killed violently, surpassing previous high in 2017
Advocates say sex workers face significant hurdles in their lives due to record of arrests
Regional organization will issue $125,000 in additional funding to those negatively impacted by COVID-19
A gay Jewish New Yorker posted a video to social media of a man demanding that he take off his pink yarmulke, also known as...
Percentage of those experiencing harassment or violence rises to nearly 3 in 5 among trans women or femmes
Court finds custodial parents' rights can be restricted if they threaten the health or safety of their children
Project seeks to examine health care-related problems facing the transgender and nonbinary communities
Fifty-six major companies are standing in solidarity with members of the nation’s transgender, intersex, and gender-nonconforming communities and expressing their opposition to a Trump administration...
State Department of Education's recent guidance on transgender students prioritizes child safety over parental notification
Maine becomes the third state to allow for a third gender category on state identification
Saskatchewan government made the change after a 2014 human rights complaint
Holy Cross deemed Bales' speech too political for graduation, so he delivered it outside instead