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By Ali Rogin, Winston Wilde, Andrew Corkery
Debate surrounding Florida’s new restrictions on gender-affirming care focused largely on transgender children. But a new law that Gov. DeSantis signed last month also made it difficult – even impossible – for many transgender adults to get treatment.
By Thalia Beaty, Brendan Farrington, Hannah Schoenbaum, Associated Press
Texas has become the most populous state to ban gender-affirming care for minors after Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation on Friday.
By Associated Press
Following Target’s announcement last week that it removed products and relocated Pride displays, activists in the LGBTQ+ community are calling for new campaigns to convince corporate leaders not to cave to anti-LGBTQ+ groups.
By Denise Lavoie, Andrew Selsky, Associated Press
As conservative lawmakers push anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, new data from The Trevor Project underscores the mental toll on LGBTQ+ youth. We hear from young people around the country about the challenges they face and their hopes, and John Yang speaks with…
By John Yang, Harry Zahn, Winston Wilde, Claire Mufson, Satvi Sunkara
By Moe Sattar, Ana Davila
Nan Goldin is a renowned photographer and activist whose work has documented LGBTQ+ subcultures, the AIDS crisis and the opioid epidemic. Recently, Goldin and her work were the subject of the documentary “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed.” She shares…
By Susan Haigh, Pat Eaton-Robb, Associated Press
Organizers of Pride festivals and parades in conservative states are under increasing pressure to censor their events or ban drag performances.
In our news wrap Saturday, tensions remain high after a 13-year-old Palestinian boy shot and wounded two people in Jerusalem, floodwaters are receding in Auckland, New Zealand after record-breaking rainfall, Pope Francis clarified his words after saying that being gay…
By Trisha Ahmed, Associated Press
Republican Sen. David Clemens, of West Fargo, says he hopes the bill will discourage schools from “promoting transgenderism.” Reed Eliot Rahrich, who identifies as transgender, says the proposal is an “affront to human rights” for transgender people and state-funded employees.
By Danica Kirka, Associated Press
Same-sex marriage has been legal in England and Wales since 2013, but the church did not change its teaching when the law changed.
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