The Council of Ministers of Côte d’Ivoire approved a bill that would substantially amend the country’s marriage law. The bill, which was drafted as part of a package of new laws in the areas of family and inheritance law, aims to encourage equality between men and women, particularly by curbing traditional practices. At the same time, the bill would explicitly prohibit same-sex marriage.
The possibility of new PrEP drug raises questions about how to fix gaps in data on women. Medicare will cover CAR-T cell therapy with significant moves to broaden administration and eligible patients. Sarepta denies a serious patient response to its Duchenne’s therapy, but its stock plunges.
Compared with older and white participants, younger black, Latina, Asian, and other/mixed race transgender (trans) women reported earlier experiences of sexual debut, transfeminine identity disclosure to others, sexual debut as trans, transfeminine identity expression in public, and integration of hormone use.
The answer turns on whether Title VII protects gay and transgender employees from discrimination
Both male and female students will be allowed greater say in their choice of uniforms.
The South African middle distance runner will continue to fight to compete without taking hormone therapy to block naturally elevated levels of testosterone.
In September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets. The agenda includes a “pledge that no one will be left behind” and commitments to prioritize the poorest and most marginalized.
An interactive dialogue among Member States, UN entities and civil society on the current state of LGBTQI+ rights globally.
Caster Semenya was thrust in the global spotlight a decade ago for being extraordinary. She’s been battling with that spotlight ever since.
Wicklow school to allow boys wear skirts or girls to wear trousers
Dr Armstrong along with other physicians, scientists, government agencies, and companies are questioning whether the way they've always recruited for clinical trials still serves patients.
Developing partnerships and alliances with Catholic church groups and addressing disadvantage in the lives of LGBTIQ people