Resources on Gender Issues

What just happened? On Wednesday the attorney generals of eleven states filed a lawsuit in a federal court in Texas seeking to overturn a directive from the federal government requiring schools to adopt the administration’s preferred policy on transgender students.... Continue...

According to a recent New York Times article, the Department of Justice is planning to issue the following statement to public schools across the United States: A school may not require transgender students to use facilities inconsistent with their gender... Continue...

What just happened? On Friday, May 13, the Obama administration sent a letter to all public schools in America notifying teachers and administrators of the regulations they must comply with in regards to their students’ “gender identity.” The letter states that, to comply... Continue...

On Tuesday residents of Houston, Texas, America’s fourth most populous city, voted by a margin of 61 percent to 39 percent, to repeal the city's Equal Rights Ordinance. Here is what you should know about the controversial law. What was... Continue...

Earlier this month the White House designated a gender-neutral restroom for visitors and staffers in order to express solidarity with transgender activists. Several states are also debating bills in their legislatures that would prohibit individuals who identify as transgender from... Continue...

Imagine, instantaneously, feeling alienated from those closest to you—your family, your closest friends, and your other immediate social circles. All of a sudden, all that is familiar to you is completely distant. The chemistry you shared with your family and... Continue...

Author’s note: I wish I could read this article to you. I feel hearing my voice as I discuss the topic of transgenderism would be a clearer and more precise representation of my heart for these people. Words on a... Continue...