Governor Doug Ducey signed into law two new bills that target the transgender community in Arizona.
A new bill has been introduced in the Utah state legislature that would protect same-sex married couples from being invalidated. The bill was announced on Tuesday and is sponsored by Senator Derek Kitchen.
A recent poll, conducted from May 2-22, 2022, showed that support for marriage equality in the United States had reached a new high of 71%!
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider a case that could have profound implications for the rights of LGBTQ Americans.
When I told you the other day about the law that now prevents transgender girls and women from playing sports on a team that matches their gender identity, I didn’t think I’d be talking about Oklahoma and its anti-trans laws again so soon. But here we are. Last Wednesday was another dark day for the transgender community in that state.
Recently, lawmakers in Louisiana attempted to pass a bill that would have banned “conversion therapy” for minors. Unfortunately, the bill stalled in committee and will not become law at this time.
There has been a disturbing trend of discrimination and violence against transgender people. In many states, transgender girls and women have been banned from playing sports simply because of their gender identity. In other states, transgender people have been denied access to health care. This is not only unjust, but it is also dangerous. And the cruelty, unfortunately, doesn’t stop there. There are now threats to take trans kids away from their parents. Fortunately, there is a movement underway to stop this and protect them and their families from these inhuman laws.
Transgender women have been fighting for our rights for centuries. In fact, many transgender female politicians have a long history of activism and advocacy.
In Oklahoma, LGBTQ individuals lack many of the same rights as their straight counterparts. This is due to a variety of factors, including the state's conservative leanings and its history of homophobia. However, there are signs that things may be changing, and advocates for LGBTQ rights are working hard to bring about change. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the challenges facing LGBTQ Oklahomans and what's being done to help them.
In a disappointing but not surprising turn of events, Oklahoma has joined the ranks of states considering legislation that would ban transgender youth from participating in sports in teams matching their gender identity. The bill was approved by the state legislature and then by the governor.