Groundbreaking Lawsuit Filed Against Docs Who Performed Chemical Castration on Minors

A groundbreaking lawsuit has been filed by a Dallas law firm against doctors and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), alleging that they misled parents […]

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Photo: WASHINGTON, DC-MAY 22: Hundreds of trans teens, parents and relatives rally outside the Supreme Court following the conclusion of the Trans Youth Prom in Washington, DC on May 22, 2023. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images) Trans youth across the country gather and celebrate on the National Mall, the Trans Youth Prom. A group of youth organizers wanted to come together to celebrate their joy, the Prom aims to disrupt the harmful narrative around transgender people today, particularly trans youth, and help others see them for who they are: young people with interests and passions and hopes for their future; youth with parents who love them and communities fighting for them. With 425 (and counting) anti-trans bills being introduced in state legislatures this year, trans youth are at the center of these attacks.