Scientists in Japan are leaders in the development of IVG, new technology that could make sperm and eggs from practically any cell in the body. The results could transform human reproduction.
CLAIM: Three North Carolina health care systems are diagnosing toddlers with gender dysphoria and “transitioning” them. AP’S ASSESSMENT: False.
Nearly one in three girls reported seriously considering suicide in the past year – a 60% rise from a decade ago, according to the CDC survey data.
A North Carolina bill that proponents say would give parents greater authority over their children's education and health is heading to the Senate floor, but critics say the measure would harm young LGBTQ people.
Though doctors and advocates have helped speed up access to the antiviral pills – of which the U.S. has enough to treat 1.7 million people – health providers are few and forms are still required.
To advance health equity, the state is requiring insurers that offer public option plans to collect demographic data on providers, including race and sexual orientation, raising privacy concerns.
A survey by The Trevor Project found that 40% of young LGBTQ people have considered suicide in the last year. The pandemic has only exacerbated mental health issues LGBTQ youth already face.
A lawsuit challenging the Trump administration's rule affecting LGBTQ discrimination in health care is filed Monday. Plaintiffs say last week's Supreme Court decision has put "wind in our sails."
For many young people, going to college allows them to finally express their sexual orientation or gender identity. Now with schools closed, many are suffering with families that don't accept them.
The Obama and Trump administrations have used their power to shape legal interpretations of "sex discrimination" in very different ways. Here's a rundown on what's changed for LGBTQ rights in the U.S.