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“No one is going to assume the big football player is gay,” former Patriots player Ryan O’Callaghan said.
An attorney who fought to uphold the injunction called the law “among the very worst in the nation.”
The department’s annual non-discrimination policy failed to distinguish between sexual harassment and sexual identity.
The National Parent Teacher Association pulled out of the event as a result.
A “Resist March” in Los Angeles against President Donald Trump took the place of the city’s annual pride parade.
The president was the guest of honor at a conference organized and sponsored by anti-LGBT groups just days ahead of the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting.
Protesters who oppose the Capital Pride parade’s corporate backing briefly blocked the parade route and forced it to be rerouted.
The Education Department “is not going to be issuing decrees” on civil rights, according to DeVos.
As Trump breaks tradition, daughter Ivanka receives backlash for empty support of LGBT community.
AT&T is launching its 5th Annual Live Proud campaign with the theme, “We are Bold."
History Unerased is the only entity licensed by the U.S. Department of Education to provide lesson-ready curricula covering LGBT issues.
Transgender and gender nonconforming people were also more likely to report limitations and problems with memory, concentration and decision-making.
People in the club can be seen fleeing, with officers telling them to keep their hands up and directing them to safety.
A unanimous three-judge panel agreed that Ashton Whitaker was likely to face “irreparable harm” if banned from the boys’ bathrooms.
Wednesday’s decision, the first such ruling in Asia, cements Taiwan’s position as a beacon of liberalism in the region.
Critics said the House and Senate versions of the bill undermined civil rights and used children as political pawns.
Kate Lynn Blatt is the first transgender person to be allowed to sue under the Americans with Disabilities Act for gender dysphoria.
Dan Patrick defended the bill, saying: “This has never been about discrimination. It is about common sense, common decency and public safety.”
Judge W. Mitchell Nance said he would refuse to hear cases involving lesbian, gay or bisexual adults hoping to adopt children.
LGBT rights groups said they would challenge the bill in court if it became law.
Julia Tate-Keith, who filed the lawsuit on behalf of the couples, said the law’s aim was to take away same-sex rights.
The legislation requires words in Tennessee law be interpreted with their “natural and ordinary meaning, without forced or subtle construction that would limit or extend the meaning of the language.”
“What began as a place for fun and joy is now sacred ground,” said the club’s owner, Barbara Poma.