The NCAA announced that it will end its boycott of North Carolina after the state sort of (but not really) overturned its controversial HB2 law
North Carolina just voted to overturn their controversial bathroom bill. But don’t celebrate — this deal isn’t good for trans people
According to one analysis, North Carolina’s anti-trans “bathroom bill” HB2 will cost the state over $3.67 billion in lost business over 12 years
North Carolina’s trashbag former governor Pat McCrory said that his support for an anti-trans “bathroom bill” is making it hard for him to get a new job. On an interview with a World Radio podcast, according to The News & Observer, McCrory complained, “People are reluctant to hire me, because,[…]
During a keynote address at this weekend’s SXSW Festival and Conferences, Jessica Shortall, managing director of Texas Competes, a coalition of over 1,200 Texas businesses that oppose anti-LGBTQ legislation, spoke against Texas’ Senate 6 bill, a transphobic bathroom bill that could get voted on by the Texas legislature as early[…]
The mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina expressed worry that her state’s GOP would destroy her city government for being pro-LGBTQ.
North Carolina GOP Senator Dan Bishop wants to protect anti-LGBTQ politicians from the terror of being yelled at by their constituents.
North Carolina’s anti-trans “bathroom bill” has cost the state millions of dollars so far. It turns out bigotry has a price.
In a recently released statement, the ACLU promises to protect the rights of LGBTQ people in court, fighting discriminatory bathroom bills
The state’s Republican-led legislature really fucked up something that should have been super easy. It’ll come back to bite them soon enough.