For gay, transgender and nonbinary individuals in Japan, filling in forms can be daunting. But how to handle it?
THE WORDS WE USE to identify ourselves can give insight into our values, our personality, our appearance, our profession and our passions.
LE REGARD DES FRANÇAIS SUR L’HOMOSEXUALITÉ ET LA PLACE DES LGBT DANS LA SOCIÉTÉ
The language we use to refer to the LGBTQ+ community is always growing and changing to become more inclusive — and that’s definitely a good thing.
Scrabble players can now - and they will - use the gender-neutral pronoun "ze."
Originally a derogatory name for a homosexual, “queer” has been embraced by some in the nonheterosexual community. In response, some activists in the gay community (to use a broad term) started calling themselves “queer” in a prideful way.
"As media coverage on sexual diversity such as LGBT has increased, prejudice and discrimination are still in society, and as a result, we have often seen cases in which the parties are suffering by the press" said Yuichi Kamiya Secretary General of the LGBT Federation.
As we mark International Women’s Day after a year of renewed media attention to issues of gender inequality, it could be that there are more important threats facing women and the survival of our planet, than mere words.
The Nonbinary Hebrew Project joins a slew of other efforts making space for LGBTQ+ Jews.
A lot of people think change always comes from the top an organization, but every day actions can make a huge difference in your workplace culture.
Who gets to decide how we identify? Author Thomas Page McBee tackles your questions on gender.
Same-sex desire is around us everywhere. We need an ocean of words to express its diverse forms