‘When you find hypocrisy in the daylight, look for power in the shadows,’ Senator Whitehouse says of conservative dark-money groups
America — the country known as the land of the free and home of the brave — provides many opportunities for people of color, the LGBTQ+ community, and more minority groups. But this country also deprives a surplus amount financially, mentally and socially. Which leads to a troubling question: Does this land provide a home of safety and justice to all, or only to those deemed as free — the majority?
As the Trump administration works to roll back rights for transgender people, a majority of Americans say they’ve become more supportive toward transgender rights in recent years, according to a national survey released Tuesday.
My country tis of thee…sweet land of liberty….for everyone but me…
“We are able see in real time that policy debates don’t take place in a vacuum,” Sam Ames, the executive director of Trans Lifeline, told Teen Vogue. “They have direct and immediate impacts on real lives.”
Transgender Americans’ access to health care is being jeopardized by the current presidency—but, today, an NPR article shows just what that looks like.
Three years ago, the outlook for transgender people in America was optimistic: Time Magazine announced the “Transgender Tipping Point” in May of 2014, as pop culture milestones and minor LEGAL victories were falling into place at a pace that suggested more substantial victories would not be far behind.