Reversing an Obama Era position, the Justice Department has rescinded a legal interpretation that purported to apply previously adopted civil rights laws to transgender individuals.
A Federal appellate court has ruled that a transgender student must be allowed to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender identity.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 bars discrimination based on sexual orientation, but its reasoning is questionable at best.
The Supreme Court has decided to return the case involving a transgender student’s right to use the bathroom corresponding to their gender identity to the Fourth Circuit rather than deciding it during this term.
Not surprisingly, the Trump Administration has revoked guidelines to public schools that required accommodation of transgender students.
A movement motivated by hurt and fear turned into a political force eight years ago. Can another follow suit?
A Federal Jury orders Rolling Stone to pay up.
A Federal Court has barred the Federal Government from enforcing guidelines on the rights of transgender students in public schools.
Unlike previous civil rights changes, this one came without much fanfare, fight, or even discussion.
The Senate has passed an amendment to a military spending bill that would require women to register for the draft.
Begun, the bathroom wars have.
The political fight over North Carolina’s so-called “Bathroom Bill” has moved to the Federal Courts.
The passage of a new law in North Carolina has revealed an apparent obsession among some on the right with who gets to use which restroom.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign and its supporters seem to be getting frustrated by the fact that younger women are seemingly more interested in her opponent than in her.
Is this really ‘infuriating’ news?
Rolling Stone faces yet another legal headache over last year’s story about a campus rape that never took place.
Houston voters rejected a broad anti-discrimination law largely due to a campaign that focused almost exclusively on concerns about transgender rights.
In which I change my mind on an important topic.
Erick Erickson has disinvited Donald Trump from the RedState Gathering. What finally pushed him over the edge?
The Defense Department is working to fully integrate transgender troops.
The winners of the Women’s World Cup will get paid far less than the men that played last year, but that’s not because of sexism.
There’s a lot of pandering and outright nonsense in the wake of the Supreme Court’s legalization of gay marriage.
The US Supreme Court has ruled 5-4 that the U.S. Constitution contains a right to same-sex marriage.
Americans are growing more tolerant of gays and gay marriage, with irrelevant exceptions.
This is perhaps the silliest idea ever.
Ray Mabus is trying to make serving in the Navy and Marine Corps more attractive to women.
House Republicans are set to vote on a bill banning abortion in almost all cases after twenty weeks. What they can’t do is explain where the Constitution gives Congress the power to do this.
Carly Fiorina, who flopped at Hewlett-Packard and in her lone previous political campaign, wants to be the leader of the free world.
The “racism” debate brought about by Barack Obama in 2000 is getting a spin-off.
A federal judge has ordered the people of California to foot the $100,000 bill for sexual reassignment surgery for someone serving a life sentence for murder.
We’re down to debating whether bigots should have to sell cakes to gay people.
Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown (D) will become the first openly bisexual governor in U.S. history when Gov. John Kitzhaber (D) resigns Wednesday
Justice Ginsburg acknowledges the fact that, over the past nineteen years, same-sex marriage has gone from something that most Americans oppose to something that most Americans are willing to accept.
Another setback for the radical fringe of the “pro-life” movement,
Apple CEO Tim Cook has officially revealed an open secret declaring, “I’m proud to be gay, “
To a large degree, the Democratic Party’s supposed advantage among women voters appears to not exist this year.
Heather Havrilesky asks, “Why Are Americans So Fascinated With Extreme Fitness?
Does the seriousness of a crime vary depending on the gender of the parties involved?
The firing actually hurts Janay Rice much more than it does Ray.
Two prominent Republican groups point out the blindingly obvious.
Once again, we are reminded that the fact that people feel strongly about an issue does not mean it’s one that will cause them to get out and vote.
The Hobby Lobby decision could end up motivating women voters to turn out to vote against Republicans in the fall.
It appears that the GOP still has a problem communicating with women.