The health care system has historically been a fraught with danger for trans people of color
My daughter came out as transgender at the age of 14. Since then, our entire family transitioned alongside her — and we’re now closer than ever.
HIV Prevention Pill PrEP Is Now Free Under Most Insurance Plans – but the Latest Challenge to the Affordable Care Act Puts This Benefit at Risk
Since the start of the HIV epidemic in 1981, over 700,000 Americans have lost their lives to AIDS
Misinformation, bias and lack of access to health care can put LGBTQ people with cervixes at greater risk of developing cancer
Parents may want to talk to teachers about their family structure, and what their child calls each parent, before the start of the school year.
Transgender Medicine – What Care Looks Like, Who Seeks It out and What’s Still Unknown: 3 Essential Reads
Access to transgender medical care has been under attack in many places in the U.S.
Conversion Therapy Is Discredited and Increases Risk of Suicide – yet Fewer Than Half of US States Have Bans in Place
Conversion therapy, or the practice of attempting to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity, is based on an outdated and incorrect notion that such identities are a choice that can be changed
The history of trans youth offers some of the most compelling proof that trans kids aren't some sort of new phenomenon
Trans Kids in the US Were Seeking Treatment Decades Before Today’s Political Battles Over Access to Health Care
These kids faced tremendous obstacles in a world where the word "transgender" didn't even exist
Trans Moms Discuss Their Unique Parenting Challenges During the Pandemic – and What They Worry About When Things Go Back to ‘Normal’
Quarantine has been both a plus and minus for transgender parents