by Zack Ford May 8, 2015
The country's 10th largest school district now protects transgender students, but boisterous opponents attempted a "hecklers' veto."
by Zack Ford May 7, 2015
A new website promoting Louisiana's "Marriage and Conscience Act" suggests businesses should be able to discriminate without penalty, citing examples from other states.
by Zack Ford Apr 27, 2015
Do LGBT nondiscrimination laws infringe upon religious freedom? One Kentucky judge thinks so.
by Aviva Shen Apr 25, 2015
Sweet Cakes by Melissa refused to sell a wedding cake to Oregon couple Rachel Bowman-Cryer and Laurel Bowman-Cryer in 2013, saying it went against their religious beliefs to contribute to a same-sex wedding.
by Zack Ford Apr 20, 2015
Conservatives have not given up on fighting against transgender equality in California.
by Zack Ford Apr 16, 2015
Brian Klawiter will not fix a gay person's car, and weddings have nothing to do with it.
by Zack Ford Apr 15, 2015
After claiming they oppose discrimination, Indiana's Republican leadership rejected all attempts to protect against it.
by Zack Ford Apr 14, 2015
Refusing service to a same-sex couple isn't discrimination because it's not an act against people.
by Zack Ford Apr 13, 2015
It's the first time the EEOC has won a transgender discrimination case against a non-governmental entity.
by Zack Ford Apr 8, 2015
The Army refused to let a transgender civilian worker use the women's restroom; here's why that's discrimination.