The office met with community leaders on how it could protect LGBTQ+ people in the coming legislative session.
The virus formerly known as monkeypox is likely to make a comeback this summer. But odds are, you didn't hear about that from anywhere around here... PLUS... a new "Eyes on the State"
A group of educators at Maricopa Community Colleges is trying to get the plate passed through, but it will need financial and political support. PLUS... a new "Eyes on the State"
Two students sued the state, arguing that their bodies haven't gone through the puberty that conservatives like Horne often say gives them an "unfair advantage." PLUS... a new "Eyes on the State"
In Cottonwood, Arizona, a touring drag show attempting to bring LGBTQ+ visibility to small towns was faced with fierce opposition from Christian nationalists and insurrectionists.
Attorney General Kris Mayes signed onto new FDA guidance that would allow gay and bisexual men to donate blood...PLUS a new EYES ON THE STATE
Amid school board fight, state lawmaker and far-right activists double down on religious bigotry as "free speech"
Washington Elementary School Board battle emboldens Republicans who promote religious discrimination... A new "Eyes on the State"... and our next Listening Session is March 30.
After a recent bomb threat at a coffee shop filled with children, parents and LGBTQ+ groups are pushing back against homophobic rhetoric amplified by Republicans.
From bull wrangling to cornhole-ing, we were there to photograph the queer spectrum of people who showed up at Arizona's historic rodeo, which has a long history of advocating for queer rights.
Infraction data from the Department of Corrections shows how people are targeted for holding hands, having consensual encounters, or "homosex."
Masked as a bill to protect children, Republicans continue to push bills eliminating LGBTQ+ visibility
In an effort to silence critics of a bill that bans drag in public spaces, Senators said that only shows that were sexual would be art risk. But then came comments from proponents.
A rock n’ roll radio show host railed against gay men for more than thirty minutes on-air. The network aired it, anyways.
John Holmberg's morning show on 98KUPD spent two episodes railing against gay men who live in rural areas.
Despite The Department of Homeland Security telling LGBTQ+ people to stay vigilant, local Republicans continue harmful rhetoric, putting those people at risk of violence.