170 Incarcerated Transgender Women Sue Colorado Corrections for Discrimination
Attorney Paula Greisen: “These women are targets and they’re being treated as chattel.”
This Planned Parenthood Bot Teaches Teens About Sex
The bot, named Roo, is a direct response to the Trump administration’s push for abstinence-only sex education.
Anita Hill's Hollywood Commission Launches Harassment Survey
The industry-wide survey will ask people working in the entertainment industry to anonymously share their experiences dealing with sexual harassment and abuse.
Trans Day of Resilience Celebrates Beauty and Resistance of Trans People of Color
Forward Together’s annual project features 10 transgender and gender nonconforming artists who created art around their visions for trans freedom.
Mo'Nique Sues Netflix For Racial and Gender Discrimination
Alleges the suit: “It perpetuated the pay gap suffered by Black women.”
McDonald's Hit With Another Lawsuit For Sexual Harassment
Hundreds of the company’s Michigan-based employees are preparing to strike in response to its handling of gender-based discrimination allegations.
Mj Rodriguez is Newest Face of Olay
“A lot of girls like myself—trans women—we don’t get the opportunity to have open dialogue, let alone be in partnership with organizations like this.”
It Could Soon Be Legal to Prevent LGBTQ+ Couples From Adopting
The Trump administration is scrapping an Obama-era regulation that protected same sex couples from discrimination.
Q&A With Tina Tchen, The New President of Time's Up
An attorney and former chief of staff for Michelle Obama, Tchen centers women of color in the fight for workplace equity.
Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks Alabama's Restrictive Abortion Law
If it had gone into effect, abortion would have been illegal from the moment of conception.
LIVESTREAM: Congressional Hearing on Housing Protections for Transgender People
The National Center for Transgender Equality will testify before the House Committee on Financial Services about the growing housing crisis.
LGBTQ+ People of Color More Likely to Live In Poverty Than Whites
A study from the Williams Institute study also shows that LGBTQ+ people who suffer from economic insecurity are more likely to be young people of color who identify as bisexual or transgender and are experiencing a disability.
Why Is Endometrial Cancer Killing Black Women?
“We are not going to help women, and we are not going to solve this problem, if we don’t deal with the problem of race and racism.”
ICYMI: FDA Approves HIV Prevention Drug That Isn't Safety Tested for All
The Food and Drug Administration says that safety trials for Descovy primarily tested White cisgender men.
Supreme Court To Decide If Employers Can Discriminate Against LGBTQ+ Community
SCOTUS to consider three cases that cite the protections afforded by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
SCOTUS To Hear Case That Could Dismantle Roe v. Wade
“Access to abortion is hanging by a thread in this country, and this case is what could snap that thread.”
Planned Parenthood Covertly Opens Clinic to Provide Care for Missourians
The 18,000-square foot facility is located in Illinois—just 13 miles from Missouri’s lone abortion clinic, which is currently under fire.
Nearly 100 Trans Advocates Pen Open Letter to Human Rights Campaign
“We do not need a cisgender-led $40 million organization to copy our work and brand it as new.”
New Poll Shows Most Americans Back Federal Funding of Abortion
Support is highest among women of color and people who live in abortion battleground states.
WATCH: Dominique Jackson Delivers Powerful Speech On Trans Women of Color
The “Pose” star at the Human Rights Campaign’s National Dinner: “You do not have the power to accept or tolerate me; I take that from you. You will respect me.”