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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"
Platform promises to pass the Equality Act, reverse trans military ban, and remove anti-LGBTQ exemptions for health care workers
Alex Duron admits he signed Union University's "values" statement, but says the university never asked about his sexual orientation
Trump administration threatens to withhold federal funding from districts allowing trans athletes to compete in women's sports
DOJ has sided with a trio of cisgender girls suing to stop trans females from competing in women's sports
Lawsuit claims Connecticut's policy violates Title IX by disadvantaging biological females in sports
Lawsuit alleges school board's restroom policy for trans students is unconstitutional and a form of sex discrimination
AGs say barring transgender people from spaces matching their gender identity serves "no legitimate interests"
A Georgia school superintendent finds himself under pressure from dueling sides as he prepares to make a decision about whether to allow transgender students to...
4th Circuit Court of Appeals will have to decide whether Title IX prohibits anti-transgender discrimination
Judge rules the Fourteenth Amendment and Title IX both protect transgender students from discrimination
Student-athletes' complaint argues allowing trans women to compete in women's sports violates their civil rights
On Tuesday, a federal judge heard arguments in a four-year-long legal battle over whether the Gloucester County School Board discriminated against Gavin Grimm, a transgender...
Supreme Court refuses to hear lawsuit brought by students who object to sharing facilities with trans students