- The Magazine
A federal judge ruled that a man convicted of having consensual gay sex in 1994 should not be required to register as a sex offender.
Man was convicted in 1994 at age 18 for engaging in consensual same-sex relations under now-defunct Idaho law.
Professor at College of Southern Idaho reportedly said her "convictions" wouldn't allow her to use the correct pronouns
Amicus briefs urge courts to strike down law prohibiting trans athletes from competing in women's sports
Adree Edmo obtained gender confirmation surgery in June after the high court refused to block her from receiving it
Plaintiff was forced to register as a sex offender for a 20-year-old conviction for consensual oral sex under a now-unconstitutional law
State Rep. Barbara Ehardt says she's trying to ensure cisgender women can benefit from expanded athletic opportunities under Title IX
Poll finds that 60% of voters also support barring trans individuals from amending their birth certificates
Judge finds law specifically excludes trans athletes, and subjects female athletes to invasive genetic testing and possible bullying
LGBTQ advocates urge college sporting association to relocate events from Idaho, as it did with North Carolina in 2016
California AG Xavier Becerra calls birth certificate and transgender athlete bills "plain and simple discrimination"
Attorney General William Barr says allowing trans athletes to compete in women's sports is "fundamentally unfair to female athletes"
Professional athletes, student-athletes, and civil rights groups say NCAA shouldn't reward Idaho for violating its own guidelines on inclusion
Magistrate Judge Candy Dale says "serious and formidable questions" surround new law's constitutionality
Adree Edmo argues that Idaho's refusal to provide her with surgery violates her constitutional rights