The actress said while men 'constantly do whatever they like' women over the age of 32 seem to be committing a 'political act' when they do anything 'fun'.
"The last decade has seen a tremendous increase in visibility for people who are transgender, and media representations are starting to portray trans people in more real and authentic ways,” GLAAD says. That's due to pop culture icons like Jazz Jennings.
"After a lifetime of being at war with my gender I’ve decided to embrace myself for who I am, inside and out."
Television personality Mario Lopez spoke to conservative talk show host Candace Owens about the "dangerous" practice of parents supporting the decisions of transgender children.
Meteorologist Lauren Linahan responded to a woman who shamed her for wearing the "same" dresses on air.
A 16-year-old high school student took himself to prom wearing a handmade outfit that showcased his sense of humor.
People accused the network bosses of being "inconsistent" in their rules.
A former server at Chili’s Grill & Bar says she wasn't promoted because she didn't dress in a "gender-appropriate" way.
Once again, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has called it as she sees it — this time taking aim at the double standard with which she argues that male and female politicians are treated by the media and the public.
The internet was in an uproar about Ed Sheeran’s and Beyoncé’s Global Citizen Festival outfits, which they felt demonstrated gender inequality.
A Kansas mom removed her 2-year-old from a private Christian preschool after he wore a dress twice there. "I am a lesbian, but I don't push my son in any direction," she says.
Members of the transgender community and advocates are speaking out against the reported memo from the Trump administration, including Jamie Bruesehoff, the mother of Rebekah, an 11-year-old transgender girl.
The “Harry Potter” star’s support for the trans community has some fans riled up — while others are calling her “the brightest witch of her age.”
Anxiety may not discriminate — it can affect anyone, regardless of their age or race — but it certainly affects men and women differently.
Critics say the couple's reading material in the hotel ad reinforces archaic gender stereotypes — and the hotel has responded by pulling the ad.
Although the Texas school district's dress code states that "boys may not wear makeup," students are working with administrators to find common ground.