Noem’s draft legislation would codify two executive orders – one for K-12 students and the other for the collegiate level.
Edwards further said that the bill was “mean” because it targets "the most emotionally fragile children in the state of Louisiana.”
“It hurt that the State of West Virginia would try to block me from pursuing my dreams. I just want to play.”
Youth deserve to see their allies help create change
Discrimination is not a Louisiana value, and this bill was a solution in search of a problem that simply does not exist in Louisiana
DeSantis signed measure at anti-LGBTQ school in Jacksonville
SAN FRANCISCO – The global game-streaming firm Twitch announced last week that it has added affirming tags for its users. The California based high-tech company said...
Virginia DOE policies regarding treatment of trans students in elementary and secondary schools were made available last year
Annual D.C. LGBT film festival features shorts, imports, docs and more
Higher smoking rates, less access to medical care among challenges