We were very scared a few days ago, especially for the trans community of the United States. The anti-trans military amendment was introduced to the Congress by Republican Missouri Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler. The Congress rejected it by only five votes (214-209).
The "Identity" series introduces five trans athletes and tackles the quest for their true identity through sport.
Malaysia's Ministry of Health has launched a contest to define what is the best "prevention" against same-sex relationships and "gender confusion".
Governor of Oregon Kate Brown has signed a bill into law that will allow transgender people to easily update their birth certificates.
In an interview with The Canadian Press, Ontario’s minister of government and consumer services Tracey MacCharles said the Government will launch gender-neutral birth certificates next year.
Multnomah County Judge Amy Holmes Hehn has filed a motion to officially recognize Patrick Abbatiello aka Patch from Portland, Oregon as agender.
Several anti-LGBTQ bills have been introduced in Kentucky and Virginia.
The year 2017 has just begun and what better than a historical first to start this new year! Indeed, the magazine National Geographic has just released its special issue for January 2017 with the title "gender revolution" proposing two covers: the version with Avery Jackson, a 9-year-old trans girl; or with a group of people representing the notion of gender identity and non-binarity.
After two previous videos in which she discussed with her fans her gender and sexuality, trans YouTube star Gigi Gorgeous revealed she was a lesbian.
We knew that more and more straight women were going to experience a sexual relationship with another woman, thus removing many barriers.
A new study reveals that not only a quarter of straight women already had a relationship with a woman, but that also a quarter of them now think that gender is fluid.