If our youth don’t feel safe in our society, then what kind of society are we?
Last week, Snapchat rolled out a new feature that allows users to view a gender-swapped version of themselves.
Navigating my trans identity isn’t an easy task. Our community is constantly under attack by legislators who are hell-bent on stripping our rights, TERFs harassing us online, and transphobic people who are determined to harm us via violent and fatal means.
Even within the LGBTQIA community, non-binary issues are largely misunderstood, or ignored altogether.
As many pet owners will attest, when their cat prepares to pounce, it does a little butt wiggle first.
“Part of our soldier’s creed is, ‘never leave a fallen comrade.’ It’s all about being united together,”...
Because asexuality exists on a spectrum, the term can cause some people confusion—including among some asexual, or “ace,” people themselves if they’re unfamiliar with its many meanings.
“A person who is agender sees themselves as neither man nor woman, has no gender identity, or no gender to express.”
Conventional wisdom tells us that backhanded compliments are not cute — as a matter of fact, they are not compliments at all. They're nothing more than thinly disguised insults, and when it comes to marginalized groups, they're frequently microaggressions.
INTO spoke with seven transgender men who identify as feminine on what they want society to know about their experiences, and what we can all do to be better allies. Here’s what they said.
INTO spoke with four Indigenous transgender, non-binary, and Two Spirit people on what they would like society to learn and unlearn about their communities, in addition to what we all can do to increase visibility and become better allies.
The LGBTQ Institute at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights recently partnered with Georgia State University to conduct a survey of LGBTQ individuals in the South, with the goal of gaining insight into the life experiences and needs of LGBTQ Southerners.
After my interviews with transgender and gender non-conforming people on their experiences with discrimination in the workplace, I turned to Beck Bailey, the Deputy Director of the Human Rights Campaign Workplace Equality Program, to figure out what we should be doing to enforce non-discrimination and anti-harassment policies.