In a new Supreme Court filing, the administration argued that using gendered stereotypes as a basis for hiring or firing should be legal.
The indie film “Adam” centers on the 17-year-old title character passing as transgender to win the affection of a lesbian. Is the boy problematic? Or is the whole film vexing?
A brief filed by the Justice Department says federal law offers no protection to transgender workers who endure discrimination because of their gender identity.
The Trump Administration has shown it will stop at nothing to undermine access to health care for marginalized communities. Most recently, the Administration has proposed to undermine critical protections against sex discrimination in Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act, the Health Care Rights Law. Instead of combating discrimination in accessing health care and insurance coverage, the Administration is looking for any opportunity to weaken the Health Care Rights Law’s protections, which have been life saving for many transgender and non-binary people.
Was the problem gender—or me?
A suspected serial killer preys on transgender women of color in Jacksonville as the trans community confronts hostility from law enforcement and neglect from the gay community.
These raw unedited clips comprise samples of footage for potential use in the feature-length documentary by J.R. Howell tentatively titled “See Us Hear Us.” Fiscally sponsored by The Film Collaborative.
Under the Trump Administration, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has abandoned its duty to fight against discrimination in health care. It stopped defending existing regulations in a lawsuit attacking protections for transgender individuals and people who have obtained abortions. HHS then turned around and cited that very lawsuit as a reason for changing the regulations. But HHS cannot use its failure to defend current protections as a reason to gut them.