Kieran Chase, the Transgender Justice Program Manager at Basic Rights Oregon, provided testimony to the Scappoose School Board about the [...]
by Paul Hempel Should we have seen it coming? Our third child was born in 1980 in South Carolina, where [...]
Photo of Taylor at the Pride Parade By Taylor Bacon Parry Center for Children, Cook Though unions were established to [...]
We shouldn’t trust Oregon Foster Families First, which has no record in our state and yet to disclose its donors.
This year the headliner for Front and Center is Lexi Adsit - a fierce, fat, and femme translatina writer, storyteller, and stand-up comedian.
“Adi found purpose in advocating for others, so we’d like to honor her by sharing her story and continuing her efforts to promote a world of kindness and acceptance.”
Today, the court issued a strong ruling, stating that schools are not only permitted, but required, to treat transgender students equally under the law.
We would have never made it five years as foster parents if we were doing this alone.
If you’re like me, your life involves acting on your values to help make the world better. There’s no reason your legacy shouldn’t involve that, as well. That choice can start today.
Every June for the past 19 years, Basic Rights Oregon has partnered with local restaurants, bars, cafes, bakeries, and more [...]
We won’t rest until the all the Gigis in our state can truly thrive.
We won’t rest until every school in our state provides a safe learning environment for LGBTQ students.