Anti-LGBTQ protesters stood outside the home of a Brevard Public School Board member after the issuance of new guidelines accommodating transgender students.
A small coffee shop owner who says he participated in the Capitol riots has decreed that his establishment will not serve transgender customers or supporters of Biden.
Cancel culture feels unstoppable. Every day, it seems, someone makes a public apology, loses a sponsor or has a career ruined—all for saying something that others disagreed with.
"We need to repent as a nation of the stuff that's being pushed through," Tony Perkins of the conservative Family Research Council said.
Lawmakers voted to reverse Governor Asa Hutchinson's decision a day after he unexpectedly broke party lines. The bill prohibits doctors from providing gender-confirming hormone treatment or puberty blockers to anyone under age 18.
While "gay panic" and "transgender panic" aren't mentioned in any law books, defendants will sometimes use them as a temporary insanity defense.
Biden praised the transgender community for "generations of struggle, activism, and courage that have brought our country closer to full equality for transgender and gender non-binary people in the United States and around the world."
The controversial bill now heads to Arkansas' Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson's desk after it was passed in the state Senate.
The act could force health care workers into taking a one-size-fits-all approach to the complex phenomenon of gender dysphoria, the distressing psychological rejection of healthy male or female bodies.
"We're stronger as teams, and as a country, when all people who love sports have a chance to have their lives changed for the better, just like I did," the U.S. soccer star wrote in a Washington Post op-ed.
Republican South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem reportedly urged state lawmakers to make "necessary changes to allow for a successful implementation" of a medical marijuana bill approved by nearly 70 percent of voters last November.
The state passed a bill penalizing schools that allow transgender women to compete in female sports.
I have always wanted to become the person I needed when I was younger, when I knew I was different but I didn't know what or who I was.
Noem clashed with Tucker Carlson after the anchor challenged her for not signing a bill that would have banned transgender girls and women taking part in female sports.
"I am not gonna put any kind of spin on it, the policies that are coming out of this administration are literally from the pit of hell," Conservative Christian activist Tony Perkins recently said before denouncing President Joe Biden's end to the ban on transgender people in the military.
State lawmaker says the bill is not anti-trans, even though it would deprive trans youth of gender-affirming medical procedures.
Opponents of the bill worry that it will create gender-based bullying from students and faculty who will try to decide who is feminine or masculine enough to participate.
The survey results come as some two dozen states across the country have introduced anti-trans legislation this year.
The radical Left has revealed it no longer cares about simply winning the debate.
The governors of Idaho and Mississippi have both signed bills preventing transgender women and girls from taking part in women's sports.
Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill on Thursday prohibiting transgender athletes from competing on female sports teams.
"Children aren't mature enough to make these decisions on surgeries and drugs," Republican State Senator Shay Shelnutt said to the Associated Press. "The whole point is to protect kids."
Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton and Republican State Representative Ashley Trantham of South Carolina say they don't know of any current transgender girl competing in their state.
"The larger officer picked me up by the handcuffs, like I was on a leash, like I was a dog, then he dragged me out... laughing," the woman told the court when recounting her arrest.
Euphoria is designed to help people through the process of gender transition, which upsets critics—including some within the trans community.
The Supreme Court's landmark ruling in the Bostock case protected employees from being discriminated on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The Equality Act, however, would expand those protections for LGBTQ Americans seeking equal access to healthcare, housing and education.
Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has used a sign outside her office to claim there are only two genders, male and female.
Greene controversially hung the sign directly opposite the office of Illinois Representative Marie Newman, who spoke in Congress this week in support of the Equality Act.