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In her new book, Katie Hill casts herself as both a villain and the victim in the #MeToo era
Hill spoke with The 19th about her memoir, “She Will Rise,” double standards in American politics and the sexism of the veepstakes.
COVID-19 vaccine trials to extend to people with HIV
The change could have far-reaching effects for Black women and transgender people.
After years of protest, a top hospital ended intersex surgeries. For activists, it took a deep toll.
Intersex youth surgeries have deep ties to racism in the U.S. Last month, Lurie Children's Hospital became the first in the country to end the operations.
The Supreme Court ruled on a landmark LGBTQ rights case. The DOJ has yet to enforce it.
Though it was the final word for many, the landmark national ruling could be a hollow win for LGBTQ people facing workplace hostility, according to advocates.