Respecting Pronouns Is “Against His Faith”

In 2016, Shawnee State University in Ohio instituted a school policy requiring that students be addressed by the pronouns that match their gender identity, after an Obama-era directive that schools do everything in their power to make gender-non-conforming students...

Transgender Troops Called to Serve

In July 2017, former President Trump casually ordered a ban on allowing transgender troops to transition while serving in the American armed forces via his Twitter account. A panel in the Defense Department drew up official regulations, and the ban fought through the...

Honoring Alan Turing is Long Overdue

On June 23, 2021, the Bank of England will celebrate the 109th birthday of Alan Turing, the English mathematician, by putting his face on the new £50 note. Turing's codebreaking skills were instrumental to the victory of WWII and to the early days of compute science....

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Transgender Troops Called to Serve

In July 2017, former President Trump casually ordered a ban on allowing transgender troops to transition while serving in the American armed forces via his Twitter account. A panel in the Defense Department drew up official regulations, and the ban fought through the...

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Equality Act 2.0 Passes in the House, Heads to Oval Office

On Thursday, February 25, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Equality Act for the second time. The House first passed the Equality Act in 2020, but it predictably died in the Oval Office under President Trump and never moved to the Senate. This time, it...

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LGBTQIA+

Respecting Pronouns Is “Against His Faith”

Respecting Pronouns Is “Against His Faith”

In 2016, Shawnee State University in Ohio instituted a school policy requiring that students be addressed by the pronouns that match their gender identity, after an Obama-era directive that schools do everything in their power to make gender-non-conforming students...

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Transgender Troops Called to Serve

Transgender Troops Called to Serve

In July 2017, former President Trump casually ordered a ban on allowing transgender troops to transition while serving in the American armed forces via his Twitter account. A panel in the Defense Department drew up official regulations, and the ban fought through the...

read more
Honoring Alan Turing is Long Overdue

Honoring Alan Turing is Long Overdue

On June 23, 2021, the Bank of England will celebrate the 109th birthday of Alan Turing, the English mathematician, by putting his face on the new £50 note. Turing's codebreaking skills were instrumental to the victory of WWII and to the early days of compute science....

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Womxn’s Rights

Sudan Outlaws Female Genital Mutilation

Sudan Outlaws Female Genital Mutilation

“We [will] drop all the laws violating the human rights in Sudan.” The quote by Justice Minister Nasredeen Abdulbari reflects a nearly jaw-dropping truth. Sudan has, in just a week, put into effect a battery of new laws protecting their vulnerable citizens and...

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Study Shows the Impact of the #MeToo Movement

Study Shows the Impact of the #MeToo Movement

  When the #MeToo movement first began to take off in October 2017, a lot of people dismissed it as a short-term trend. But a little over a year later, and conversations surrounding sexual harassment have shown no signs of slowing down. In fact, they’ve only...

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Civil & Human Rights

Transgender Troops Called to Serve

Transgender Troops Called to Serve

In July 2017, former President Trump casually ordered a ban on allowing transgender troops to transition while serving in the American armed forces via his Twitter account. A panel in the Defense Department drew up official regulations, and the ban fought through the...

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Honoring Alan Turing is Long Overdue

Honoring Alan Turing is Long Overdue

On June 23, 2021, the Bank of England will celebrate the 109th birthday of Alan Turing, the English mathematician, by putting his face on the new £50 note. Turing's codebreaking skills were instrumental to the victory of WWII and to the early days of compute science....

read more
Equality Act 2.0 Passes in the House, Heads to Oval Office

Equality Act 2.0 Passes in the House, Heads to Oval Office

On Thursday, February 25, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Equality Act for the second time. The House first passed the Equality Act in 2020, but it predictably died in the Oval Office under President Trump and never moved to the Senate. This time, it...

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Respecting Pronouns Is “Against His Faith”

Respecting Pronouns Is “Against His Faith”

In 2016, Shawnee State University in Ohio instituted a school policy requiring that students be addressed by the pronouns that match their gender identity, after an Obama-era directive that schools do everything in their power to make gender-non-conforming students...

read more
Transgender Troops Called to Serve

Transgender Troops Called to Serve

In July 2017, former President Trump casually ordered a ban on allowing transgender troops to transition while serving in the American armed forces via his Twitter account. A panel in the Defense Department drew up official regulations, and the ban fought through the...

read more
Honoring Alan Turing is Long Overdue

Honoring Alan Turing is Long Overdue

On June 23, 2021, the Bank of England will celebrate the 109th birthday of Alan Turing, the English mathematician, by putting his face on the new £50 note. Turing's codebreaking skills were instrumental to the victory of WWII and to the early days of compute science....

read more