The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared closely divided over whether a landmark federal law forbidding sex discrimination in the workplace protects gay and transgender employees, with conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch emerging as a potential decisive vote.
Capitol Police on Tuesday arrested 133 LGBT activists outside the U.S. Supreme Court.
The justices will decide if a federal law against “sex” discrimination in the workplace applies to employees fired for being LGBTQ.
Actress and LGBTQ activist Laverne Cox discusses the landmark Supreme Court case for LGBTQ rights in the workplace.
What these cases will decide is does the federal statute that prohibits sex discrimination in employment, cover discrimination on the basis of someone's sexual orientation or their gender identity, because those forms of discrimination are sex-based,
In this op-ed, Teen Vogue’s Lucy Diavolo examines what the Supreme Court case on transgender inclusion in employment nondiscrimination protections means for her future as a trans woman.
Because other federal rights laws besides Title VII bar discrimination on the basis of sex without explicitly banning anti-LGBT discrimination, the Supreme Court’s ruling will have an impact on areas besides employment.
These three cases will determine whether you can be fired for being LGBTQ+, and will stand as a massive test for our civil rights.
The last time presidential candidates gathered to address LGBTQ issues specifically was 2007. Since then, there’s been a sea change in rights and acceptance.
The Sapporo District Court court on Tuesday ordered a hospital operator in Sapporo to pay a man ¥1.65 million in damages after it refused to employ him last year for failing to report being HIV-positive.
Erica Saunders, who is one of just a few transgender pastors currently serving in the denomination, was officially ordained into the ministry
“We, the fifty undersigned legal experts and advocates, implore the United Nations to devote focus and attention to LGBTQ people’s experiences.”