Now that the U.S. government is threatening to define sex as either male or female, we need to fight more than ever for trans rights. But let's give up the utopian ideal of a label-free future.
Some Liberals who agitated for action on religious freedom might be starting to appreciate that the best stand for a conservative can sometimes be to just leave things alone.
The latest national polls come just days out from Saturday's Wentworth byelection, which will determine whether the Coalition is forced into minority government.
As they shook off a particularly unpleasant colonial hangover, the justices of India's Supreme Court issued a remarkably emotional set of judgments.
Israel's increasingly conservative policies on social and religious issues appears to be playing a role.
It’s not just the most vile and abusive problems which impact people's lives – it’s the little things too.
A legal scholar explains why Kennedy's opinions on same-sex relationship rest on fragile constitutional grounds.
The UN has finally created a specific role to uphold LGBT rights, but its first mandate-holder is resigning after just a year.
HILDA data reveal an overwhelming tide of support toward the rights of same-sex couples within Australian society.
How will the reboot of the popular series about lesbians deal with cultural change since the original aired?
Objections from certain sectors of Malaysian society to the film neatly illustrates both the fear and lack of understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the country.
Tense debates surround who exactly should be allowed to be a Boy Scout. As it turns out, the organization's 100-year history may offer some promising solutions.
While various legal battles continue over the rights of transgender athletes, one thing is clear: Inclusive, privacy-centric locker rooms are a solution that benefits everyone.
There is a long history of the use of glitter to express moral outrage and show resistance. What is the power of glitter?
Conservative lawmakers are proposing 'bathroom bills' and other measures that discriminate against LGBT individuals. Beyond the moral concerns, there are large economic costs as well.
Conflict resolution across the world frequently leaves LGBT citizens behind.
States who want to keep criminalising LGBT people are trying to stop the UN from creating a way of investigating them.
A proposal last month to legalise gay marriage in Mexico caused widespread protests, defending "Catholic values" and the "traditional family." Deeper analysis reveals flaws in those arguments.
Only by listening to local LGBT activists in hostile environments can the West stand up for human rights worldwide.
Companies, which in the past tended to stay neutral on divisive social and political issues, are increasingly taking a stand. What's behind the change?