Articles tagged: trans rights
The Texas attorney general hopes to block federal guidance on accommodating trans students' use of restrooms at school.
U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor will hear Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's request for a temporary injunction against the Obama administration's guidance...Read More
“Each person who is trans goes through their own different things, and I wish more people would understand that.”
Student and artist Eri Reeves: "Each person who is trans goes through their own different things, and I wish more people would understand that.”...Read More
"We want her to be just like every other kid."
Katherine “Kat” Smith, 10 Christina, a registered nurse, and Ryan Smith, product marketing manager Lovejoy ISD, Allen *** Christina Smith: The story...Read More
"God makes no mistakes, and my child is fearfully and wonderfully made, just as the Scripture tells us."
Kimberly Shappley, mom of 5-year-old Kai: "God makes no mistakes, and my child is fearfully and wonderfully made, just as the Scripture tells us."...Read More
"Where do they think trans people have been going to the bathroom for years?"
Alex, a high school senior in El Paso, says his school doesn't have official protocols for how to accommodate trans students like him....Read More
"The Texas state government is bullying my child."
Houstonian Ann Elder, whose son Ben is a 10-year-old transgender boy, tells the Observer: "The Texas state government is bullying my child."...Read More
New UIL rules forcing trans athletes to play based on birth certificates could violate Title IX.
New UIL rules force high school trans athletes to play according to birth certificates, potentially violating Title IX. UT, which oversees UIL, won't get involv...Read More
At the Texas Democratic Convention’s LGBT caucus this morning, I caught up with Jenifer Rene Pool, the first transgender Texan to win a Democratic primary...Read More