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Several dozen LGBTQ students and alumni have sued the Education Department over Title IX exemptions for religiously affiliated colleges.
A new survey finds LGBTQ students at Christian colleges are more likely to experience harassment, assault, and other harms than their peers.
Order directs Education Secretary to reverse Trump-era policies that exacerbate sex discrimination.
Lawsuit seeks to overrule Connecticut's policy allowing trans athletes to compete in their gender identity
A Virginia school board is refusing to give up on its attempts to permanently block transgender students from restrooms and other facilities that don’t match...
Law professor Suzanne Goldberg, a veteran of Lambda Legal, has a history of fighting for LGBTQ civil rights
Executive orders seek to reverse some of the Trump administration's more controversial policy decisions
A United States senator has suggested that some transgender female athletes who wish to compete in sports based on their gender identity do it as...
State Rep. Barbara Ehardt says she's trying to ensure cisgender women can benefit from expanded athletic opportunities under Title IX
The 48-year old appeals judge is on record criticizing courts for ruling in favor of marriage equality and transgender rights
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says schools allowing trans athletes to compete based on their gender identity will lose federal money.
School board insists that barring transgender students from single-sex facilities is needed to protect cisgender students' privacy
Injunction prevents health care providers from claiming religious exemptions to justify denying treatment to vulnerable populations
Fourth Circuit finds both Title IX and U.S. Constitution protect transgender people from discrimination under the law
Political group alleges Alex Morse pursued relationships with some of their members, creating a "lopsided power dynamic"