From bureaucracy to physical violence, queer individuals face unique challenges that require ongoing solutions. Governor Jared Polis signed four bills into law yesterday in Colorado that will make the lives of LGBTQ+ people in Colorado a little bit easier.
The Parasol Patrol was out in full force at Sunday's all-ages drag show hosted by Denver's Mile High Comics in Sunnyside.
A bill introduced in Colorado’s legislature would increase access to HIV prevention drugs by allowing pharmacists to dispense such medication without authorization from a physician.
Republicans in Colorado’s legislature introduced a bill Wednesday that would impose criminal penalties on doctors who provide gender-affirming care for transgender youth.
New Pro-LGBTQ Laws in Colo Prompt Campaign to Convince Parents to Educate Kids at Home, not Public Schools
Claiming that this year the “Colorado legislature has radicalized our public schools and chipped away at the authority of parents,” advocates of home schooling say it’s time to pull children out of public schools.
Last month, Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) attended a fundraiser for and received monetary support from the Annual Unity Fund (AUF) – a conservative LGBTQ rights group.
Nicole Martin – an attorney representing Jack Phillips, the conservative Colorado baker embroiled in an ongoing constitutional battle over LGBTQ rights – was on the radio yesterday. Her cameo on Peter Boyle’s 710 KNUS show followed the lawsuit from Denver attorney Autumn Spardina, whom Phillips refused a cake representing her transgender identity.
UPDATE: The bill passed out of the Senate as of Friday morning and now heads to Governor Polis for his signature.
A conference held Saturday by the Archdiocese of Denver that featured Andrew Comiskey, a prominent anti-gay activist and proponent of so-called “conversion therapy,” drew harsh criticism from local progressive groups.
I’m a trans woman, and I’m terrified.