Banning kids from learning about themselves and each other isn’t just ineffective — it’s cruel.
When I think of January 6, I remember the overwhelming helplessness — a familiar feeling to residents of the Capitol.
Republicans are leveraging public ignorance about trans people to deny Queer Americans basic civil rights.
Even their creator says enough is enough. Let children discover themselves on their own terms.
Workers are being forced to work long hours at demanding jobs while profoundly ill. They deserve federally mandated, paid sick leave.
“I wasn’t hired because I am trans. And in more than half the country—twenty-nine states, in fact —that’s perfectly legal.”
If we want a real solution that makes everyone safer, let’s cut the paperwork and just get rid of the gender marker on ID’s and Drivers Licenses.
A new federal order wouldn’t just deny civil rights protections to trans people. It would deny we exist altogether.
Pride parades are safe spaces in a country where LGBTQ people can be harassed, fired, and denied housing or even medical care.
There are good reasons to be cynical about the return of the PRI in Mexico. Even so, when it comes to human rights in Mexico, there’s plenty of room for improvement.
Attitudes toward democracy are on the decline in Latin America, and U.S. foreign policy isn’t helping.
On November 6, Otto Perez-Molina was voted Guatemala’s next president. Perez has been accused of genocide and serious human rights violations on numerous occasions.