Category: LGBTQ

Dorothee Benz: ‘The Law Is Only Ever a Part of What Creates a Just and Free Society’

Interview on LGBTQ rights

Anna North: How LGBTQ rights cases before Supreme Court affect all Americans

If the Trump administration gets its way, the court could destroy sex discrimination law as we know it

Natasha Lennard: Trump Wants to Let Employers Fire Queer and Trans Workers

If the Supreme Court rules that discrimination on the basis of sex stereotypes is legal, anyone who doesn’t conform to an employer’s view of stereotypical femininity or masculinity could be at risk

Saurav Sarkar: Fifty Years after Stonewall

LGBTQ Workers Seek Equality

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Dave Zirin: World Cup Champions Showed America What True Patriotism Is

This World Cup has demonstrated on the largest possible stage the competing forms of patriotism that exist in the United States. This is also a team that openly, unapologetically, and joyfully projected its LGBTQ inclusivity and identity

Thomas Scott Tucker: The Stonewall Rebellion

Now Is The Time To Remember, Now Is The Time To Go Forward

Kim Kelly: How LGBTQ Union Activists Transformed the Labor Movement

In 28 U.S. states, queer and trans workers can still be fired due to their sexual orientation and gender identity, and a strong union contract is often the only legally binding workplace protection available to LGBTQIA workers to fight discrimination

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