In The End of Gender, Debra Soh stands up for impartial research—and for LGBTQ rights.
The heterodox hosts of the popular Blocked and Reported podcast talk about surviving internet outrage, the roots of speech repression, and the power of direct financial support from fans.
Justice Neil Gorsuch's majority decision offers a textualist argument for the ruling.
A Department of Justice lawyer in every pot.
Gorsuch May Be Swing Vote in Decision Whether Civil Rights Act Protects LGBT Workers From Discrimination
Justices weigh textual conflict over what counts as “sex discrimination” versus what Congress originally intended.
Does the Civil Rights Act of 1964 cover sexual orientation and gender identity?
It’s the Trump administration vs. civil rights groups on federal protections from workplace discrimination.
Plus: Trump forcing U.S. companies out of China?, Joe Arpaio is running again, sex discrimination goes to the Supreme Court, and more...
After the state ends a lawsuit over a transgender celebration cake, the customer files her own civil claim.
Some students at the University of the Arts want the firebrand feminist fired. Where did they get the idea they should be picking faculty?
Does current precedent forbidding discrimination on the basis of sex-based stereotypes apply here?
The Supreme Court allowed the policy to move forward, but the fight is far from over.
But is it actually even needed?
Both sides agree to stand down. First Amendment precedents were on the baker's side.
Trump Is Continuing Obama's Opposition to Other Countries' Anti-Gay Laws. This, Somehow, Has LGBT Leaders Angry
President George W. Bush was once attacked by the same people for rejecting the very same policy.
The Court voted along ideological lines.
Is he rejecting a customer or rejecting a message? The difference matters.
Justices are being asked yet again to argue about wedding cakes and whether the Civil Rights Act covers discrimination against gay and transgender people.
Masterpiece Cakeshop is back with a new lawsuit over another rejection.
An interesting case now being litigated in federal court in Wisconsin.
Federal court allows a Virginia student's case against school district to continue.
New amendments to rules default to placing prisoners on the basis of their "biological sex."
For any transgender person attempt to enlist, though, it's a new version of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
Wellesley College Activists Protested Author Alice Dreger for Being Transphobic, Even Though She's Not
"Where were these people getting their ideas, I wondered, about gender identity development, about the supposed gender binaries of the world, and about me?"
An interesting incident from England, as reported by the Sunday Times.
"It's dangerous to say that a topic is off the table just because it might be a little bit controversial," says the Wilfrid Laurier University student.
Danica Roem makes history by getting elected to the House of Delegates.
A Transgender Woman Assaulted a Child in a Restroom; New Laws Wouldn't Have Stopped It, and None Were Needed to Lock Her Up
Will the panic fizzle out when people realize the criminal justice system is adequately prepared to deal with actual sex crimes?
"It's time for government to get out of the way and let people live their lives authentically as who they are," says state Sen. Scott Weiner.
Friday A/V Club: Before his transition into the Nation of Islam
Three separate attempts to block memo calling for new ban.
Five members of the military disclosed their status. Now they're worried they'll get kicked out.
President Trump's new ban didn't just "blindside" military brass and disrespect equality under the law, it's founded on a lie.
The Department of Justice argues that sexual orientation isn't covered unless Congress adds it.
Who will be ejected under this abrupt reversal of Pentagon policy?