‘Sissy’ chronicles Jacob Tobia’s journey from child assigned male at birth to genderqueer activist on the national stage

In lipstick and five o’clock shadow, Tobia is reshaping how we define gender

These advocates are trying to make it easier for transgender people to find health care

Many transgender people drive hours just to find the medical care they need

The Equality Act, a bill that bans LGBTQ discrimination, could splinter the Republican Party

With public opinion on LGBTQ issues changing, conservative lawmakers may have a hard time presenting a united opposition

Gillian Freeman, whose historical novels chronicled free spirits in Edwardian England and Nazi Germany, dies at 89

She’s known for her novel ‘The Leather Boys,’ which was a gay landmark

In ‘traditional’ vote on sexuality, the United Method Church opposes same-sex marriage and gay clergy

It will also punish disobedient clergy more harshly than before

Indiana tax preparer refused to work with lesbian couple, citing religious beliefs

Though same-sex marriage is legal in Indiana, gay couples aren’t protected from other kinds of discrimination

Kenya is close to legalizing homosexuality. But where do other African countries stand on LGBTQ rights?

Some countries retain some of the harshest punishments in the world for homosexuality

‘Girls wear pink, and boys wear blue’: LGBTQ rights under siege in Brazil’s far-right administration

Hate crimes in Sao Paulo peaked in the months leading up to President Jair Bolsonaro’s election

Mesha Maren’s debut novel dissects what rebuilding a life after prison looks like

‘Sugar Run’ is this month’s Lily Lit Club pick

Trump discusses plans to fund adoption agencies that reject LGBTQ parents

The plan could have bigger implications for religious freedom as the basis of discrimination