Media outlets have featured many pieces over the last few years that not only sensationalize transgender lives but attempt to frame them as up for debate.
We can't oust Trump from office, but we can repudiate him and all he stands for by loosening his party's stranglehold on power.
"We will stand up and be resilient, and we will be here long after this administration is in the trash heap," says the executive director of the National Center for Transgender Rights.
"The cruelty and bigotry of this administration truly has no limit."
Primaries held in four states—Vermont, Connecticut, Minnesota and Wisconsin—featured names like Bernie Sanders, Scott Walker and Tim Pawlenty, along with those of a number of newer contenders.
The way cops in Jacksonville, Fla., and other jurisdictions investigate the murders of transgender women adds insult to injury and may be delaying justice.
Lindsay Saunders-Velez says she was assaulted at a men’s prison after a judge denied her request to block the prison from keeping her in a disciplinary unit.
Trump follows up on his 2017 declaration that he would reverse an Obama-era plan to allow transgender individuals to serve openly.
In their largest media campaign on the issue yet, activist groups turn to television spots—including on Fox News.
A study of ninth- and 11th-graders in Minnesota estimates that nearly 2,200 consider themselves transgender or gender nonconforming.