Baltimore Woman Caught Beating a Transwoman at McDonald's Learns Fate
Teonna Brown says she’s sorry. For Chrissy Polis, it’s too little, too late.
Race and Gender Meet on Rashaad Ernesto Green's "Gun Hill Road"
“I think the film will help people see and understand people that they didn’t necessarily know about,” says the Bronx director about his film’s unprecedented transgender coming of age story.
70 Percent of Anti-LGBT Murder Victims Are People of Color
A new report finds shocking levels of violence against LGBT people of color, and particularly transgender women. Local-level organizers say the solution lies in building communities.
Latina Transgender Beauty Queens Raise Awareness for HIV/AIDS
An all-Latina transgender diva race brings HIV/AIDS prevention and health messages to Orange County’s Latino community.
New Research Details Transgender Inmate Prison Stories
Report details the challenges faced by gender non conforming inmates in Pennsylvania’s prisons.
People.com Editor Janet Mock Tells Her Story: 'I Was Born a Boy'
In a video for the “It Gets Better” campaign, the writer opens up about the pain, ridicule and isolation she endured before her transition.
Still No Freedom Rainbow for Transgender People of Color
Fifteen years after Tyra Hunter’s death spawned national outrage, trans people of color remain besieged by bias.
GLAAD Demands Apology For SNL Trangender Skit
Crude humor belies the very real hatred trans folks face every day,
More on Violence and Bias Against Transgender Women of Color
Research shows the murders are but the most extreme form of danger they face.
Remembering the Transgender Women Murdered Last Year
At least 22 people were killed in anti-gay attacks last year. Hate crime victims are overwhelmingly transgender people of color.
Federal Housing Protections for Transgender Tenants
HUD expands its interpretation of the Fair Housing Act to cover gender identity.