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By Colleen Slevin, Associated Press
Many LGBTQ+ seniors who live in long-term care communities and senior housing are fearful of being mistreated, refused care, neglected, or abused—with some even re-closeting themselves for safety. In many states, it's still legal to deny access to housing and…
By Ivette Feliciano
Policies on housing transgender inmates in the federal prison system are being reviewed after protections for transgender prisoners were rolled back in the Trump administration, The Associated Press has learned.
By Michael Balsamo, Mohamed Ibrahim, Associated Press
Transgender and intersex Americans will have the power to identify their own gender on travel documents by the end of this year, an administration official said.
By Kate Sosin, Orion Rummler, The 19th
The administration promised to allow nonbinary and intersex people to get passports that reflect their gender identities.
By Amanda Becker, The 19th
By Sarah Rankin, Associated Press
Virginia lawmakers have passed comprehensive anti-discrimination legislation that advocates say makes the state the first in the South to enact such protections for LGBTQ people. The legislation prohibits discrimination in housing, public or private employment, public spaces and credit transactions…
By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
The document rejected the idea that people can choose or change their genders and insisted on the sexual "complementarity" of men and women to make babies.
In athletics, who defines a man and a woman? A court has ordered South African runner and Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya to take drugs to suppress her naturally high testosterone levels if she wants to continue to compete. William…
By James Nord, Associated Press
The state would be the first in the nation to block instruction on gender identity or gender expression, and South Dakota's bill would cover public school students from kindergarten through seventh grade.
By Josh Logue, Inside Higher Ed
Three university employees are suing the state after North Carolina passed a law requiring public colleges to segregate bathrooms by biological birth gender, forcing transgender students and faculty members to use facilities that don't reflect their identities.
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