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Life started out simple, or so it seemed. There were two boxes -- femalegirl and maleboy. READ MORE.
On April 19, 2016, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals became the first United States federal court to hold that the U.S. Department of Education's interpretation of Title IX (the federal civil rights law the prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex) and the issue of transgender students and restrooms must be followed by the federal courts. READ MORE.
I'm a queerLGBTQ student, and I've been out at school for a little while. My school's Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) wants to participate in GLSEN's upcoming National Day of Silence and we've been looking forward to having a lot of people join us. Most of the teachers and students are encouraging, but we've run into some issues when we try to advertise and participate in the Day of Silence. What can we do? READ MORE.
The petitions are out on the streets. We have a chance to fire our governor. READ MORE.
Since North Carolina passed House Bill 2 that, amongst other things, criminalizes trans restroom use in state facilities and schools, a number of things have happened. READ MORE.
The win for marriage equality was our high point, but we knew it would not be smooth sailing ahead with this victory. READ MORE.
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