The answer turns on whether Title VII protects gay and transgender employees from discrimination
“Emirhan, did you hear that Cerrahpaşa no longer do our surgeries?”.
Five of those patients, all of whom were students, say they told the university that Dr. Dennis Kelly subjected them to invasive exams and made sexual remarks.
Superior Court of Lima recognized the marriage between same-sex Peruvians married abroad
The rights of transgender student Gavin Grimm were violated when he was barred from using the boys’ restroom at his school, a federal judge ruled Friday.
The South African middle distance runner will continue to fight to compete without taking hormone therapy to block naturally elevated levels of testosterone.
Two gay men filed court proceedings to challenge St Vincent and the Grenadines’ “buggery” and “gross indecency” laws, which criminalise homosexuality.
Several evangelical church leaders are calling on Government not to change the country’s Sexual Offences Act, despite a human rights challenge to those laws filed by trans woman Alexa Hoffmann, and two other Barbadians, a lesbian and a gay man.
Inland Revenue Department confirms new development, which follows court victory by civil servant to be treated equally by taxman
Two men have filed court proceedings challenging St Vincent and the Grenadines’ “buggery” and “gross indecency” laws, which criminalise homosexuality.
The western hemisphere’s human rights tribunal has given Barbados three months to answer a petition to have its laws against same-sex intimacy struck down.
Task force formed by state documented 300 intersex people in Kenya but noted that the number could be higher.