- The Magazine
The State Department will issue a third gender option for U.S. passports, and will no longer require proof of surgery to change a gender marker.
Measure seeks to delay surgical interventions so parents can make better-informed decisions about children's health
Experts say significant outreach to LGBTQ people will be needed to overcome distrust of medical establishment
Bill also requires prison officials to use correct names and pronouns in all interactions with trans and nonbinary inmates
LGBTQ advocates previously protested Lurie Children's Hospital's standards of care for intersex patients
Dana Zzymm has been fighting for five years to obtain an accurate passport
Bill allows nonbinary and intersex people to obtain accurate passports without surgery or a doctor's note
State Department refuses to issue a passport to Dana Zzyym with a third gender marker
LGBTQ advocates said it would encourage "hatred, bigotry, and violence" towards trans people
Lawyers representing an intersex Navy veteran have asked the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold a lower court ruling finding that the State...
Most recent ruling marks third victory in three years for U.S. Navy veteran Dana Zzyym
Business allies denounce attempt to redefine gender as "fixed, immutable" condition based solely on a person's genitalia
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...
SumOfUs demands companies refuse to aid Trump administration's use of genetic testing to determine "biological sex"
Dana Zzyym refuses to lie about their gender identity in order to obtain a passport