Justice for Jane and allies at 2014 New York City Pride Parade.

Connecticut Trans Teen Ignites Prison Reform Push

First she was placed in an adult women’s prison, now she’s in a boy’s facility. Supporters decry officials’ indifference to her age and gender identity and are demanding a new law and a new prison commissioner.

Is Same-Sex Marriage Right for an Outlaw Like Me?

After Massachusetts approved such unions in 2004, Catherine Reid wondered about where marriage would lead. “There is no model for how two women go through this process,” she says in this excerpt from “Falling Into Place,” “just steps such as proving that neither one of us has syphilis.”

Feminist and Queer Movements Need to Rethink

Sexism-based exclusion runs rampant in these movements, says Julia Serano in this excerpt from “Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive.” In part this is thanks to false assumptions that we need to overcome.