How to respond to questions about transgender bathroom access.

How to respond to questions about transgender bathroom access.:

“In the wake of draconian laws passed in North Carolina and Mississippi restricting which restrooms transgender people can use, much of the attention has focused on the economic and political backlash to anti-LGBTQ discrimination. Sometimes, public pressure is the best or only tactic that works, and it’s heartening to see economic and political costs imposed on supporters of these odious laws. But it’s easy to forget just how important private conversations can be to securing lasting social change, especially in a campaign where winning hearts and minds is a key goal.”

(Via. Slate)

All the Things You Can No Longer Buy if You’re Really Boycotting Trans-Friendly Businesses – The Daily Beast

All the Things You Can No Longer Buy if You’re Really Boycotting Trans-Friendly Businesses – The Daily Beast:

“More than a half-million people have signed on to boycott Target for its transgender-friendly bathroom policy. But why stop there?”

Chris Wallace destroys myth of transgender predators: ‘This is a solution in search of a problem’

Chris Wallace destroys myth of transgender predators: ‘This is a solution in search of a problem’:

“Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday shot down the conservative argument that anti-transgender bathroom laws were necessary to stop sexual predators from committing crimes in public restrooms.”

(Via. Rawstory)

Despite Marriage Victory, Fear of Backlash Looms Large for LGBTQ Americans

Despite Marriage Victory, Fear of Backlash Looms Large for LGBTQ Americans:

“When the Supreme Court legalized marriage equality in June 2015, LGBTQ people across the country celebrated a monumental achievement, gained through the persistence, dedication and hard work of countless individuals over many years.”

(Via. Huffingtonpost)