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UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 20, 2019, 12:17 p.m.

All school districts could need policy to protect transgender students

OLYMPIA – Making public schools more inclusive and safer for transgender students would no longer be optional in Washington if legislators pass a bill heard Monday.

NYC enacts anti-discrimination rules for city facilities

A regulation that ensures people visiting New York City facilities can use restrooms or locker rooms aligned with their gender identity was enacted Monday.

Alabama court won’t defy Supreme Court on gay marriage

The Alabama Supreme Court is refusing to defy the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that effectively legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.

Restroom rules to be deliberated in Spokane Valley Tuesday

Spokane Valley City Council to discuss gender preference bathroom access

Last Male-Only Military College Goes Coed Vmi Board Rejects Going Private, Will Open Its Infamous ‘Rat Line’ To Women In 1997

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Nonprofits Pay Women Execs Less

Not many women reach the top position in American nonprofit organizations, and those who do make less money than their male counterparts, a survey has found. The median salary of …

Girls Slighted

Girls have fewer opportunities than boys to play high school sports and receive inferior equipment and locker rooms, say federal lawsuits filed against three Nebraska school districts. The suits filed …

Girls’ Day At Work Under Fire Event Called Discriminatory, But Organizers Defend Intent

Millions of American daughters soon will be skipping school and going to work with mom or dad, an event aimed at exposing young girls to male-dominated careers and building self-esteem. …