Texas’ Anti-Transgender “Bathroom Bill” Dies as Lawmakers Spout Same Hateful Rhetoric About “Sexual Predators”
Texas' "bathroom bill" has died, as Texas lawmakers closed their special session without passing it.Read More
The NCAA is deciding where to host its championship games for the next four years, and they've made it clear that North Carolina will be cut out of contention if it does not repeal HB2, the state's discriminatory transgender "bathroom bill."Read More
Finding unity in hatred and dehumanization shouldn't be celebrated, and it sure as hell shouldn't be offered a platform anywhere.Read More
A disappointing setback today in the case of Gavin Grimm as the Supreme Court of the United States moved that his case against the Gloucester County School Board be heard in a lower court.Read More
Yelp, ever the butt of jokes regarding poor reviews for some of your favorite eating establishments, does a solid for folks who are often left wondering whether the bathroom facilities at these establishments are gender neutral or not.Read More
Conservative groups have continuously misgendered Gavin Grimm, the transgender student who will be arguing for his right to use the bathroom that aligns with his gender identity in the Supreme Court.Read More
Trump Administration Fails to Protect Trans Youth, Rescinds Obama’s Guideline Extending Protections to Students
In a move that surprises just about nobody, the Trump administration rolled back guidelines regarding transgender student bathroom usage.Read More
Trans children deserve protection. That is not up for debate.Read More
It's like HB2, but the school also has to out you to your parents.
I have to ask: just who are these bills really protecting?Read More
Charlotte rescinded its extended protections for this?
Lawmakers in North Carolina reneged on a previous promise to repeal the controversial HB2 "bathroom bill" that prevented trans people from using the proper restroom (i.e., the restroom that matches with their chosen gender).Read More
This 60-second ad that stars transgender North Carolina woman Alaina Kupec will play nationwide on FOX News during the Republican National Convention on Thursday.Read More
The Obama administration is issuing a directive to allow transgender students to use bathrooms that align with their gender identity.Read More
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Friend of The Mary Sue, Rebecca Pahle, conducted a superb interview with Karyn Kusama on defying genre tropes and norms, and how women deserve to have all aspects of their personality on display.Read More
ACLU, Equality North Carolina, Lambda Legal Sue North Carolina Lawmakers for Anti-Trans Bathroom Bill
The North Carolinian legislators responsible for that horrid anti-transgender bathroom bill are now experiencing the swiftest kick in the ass.Read More
Governor Pat McCrory said the protections "defy common sense."
North Carolina legislators enacted a law removing the anti-discriminatory protections that were put in place for transgender people by the federal government.Read More
Hot on the heels of South Dakota passing its anti-trans student bathroom bill, Tennessee has started to make progress towards passing its own bill that would enact similar changes within their own public school system.Read More
In a shocking yet somehow unsurprising display of absolute ignorance, a group of conservative trolls has started encouraging men to go into women's restrooms and locker rooms in a sort of twisted demonstration against the protections currently in place for transgender people.Read More
In a proper display of ignorance, South Dakota has just become the first state to pass a bill effectively barring trans students from using bathrooms and facilities that match their gender identity--i.e., the correct bathrooms.Read More
Good riddance to rubbish bills.
SB 6443, which would have repealed the explicit protections for transgender people in Washington, was narrowly defeated last Wednesday at a vote of 24-25.Read More
The Washington State Senate's Law & Justice committee just passed Senate Bill 6548, which has to do with use of gender-segregated facilities.Read More