Aging hands
September is National Suicide Prevention month, and one population sometimes overlooked are LGBTQ elders.
Sep. 22, 2023
Protesters hold a banner
The arrest of a transgender woman last month in Flagstaff sparked protests in the community and outrage at the handling of trans cases in the criminal justice system — both during her arrest and her time in the men’s side of the jail.
Sep. 21, 2023
Luis Rivera Jimenez: A Brief Proposal on Race and Cultural Cosplay is on display at ASU Art Museum.
The Arizona State University Art Museum is celebrating Mexican Independence Day with a free event for all ages on Friday. It will include art-making activities, workshops, lotería games, face painting and more.
Sep. 12, 2023
Alcoholic drink
Historically, it was men who drank alcohol in higher quantities, did more binge drinking and were more likely to face the health complications stemming from alcohol use. But according to a recent study, those trends are changing and women are catching up.
Sep. 8, 2023
Ben Toma
Arizona's top Republican lawmakers are trying to keep Arizona from being obligated to pay for gender-affirming surgery for its employees and dependents.
Sep. 5, 2023
Beyonce sings into a microphone shown on a large screen
It's been a summer of Economic girl power in the Valley and across the nation.
Aug. 27, 2023
Signa Oliver, a retired Army prosecutor, is seen here. She is wearing a t-shirt that displays the American flag and U.S. Army crest. She is standing behind a podium, not facing the camera, and wearing sunglasses as she speaks to a crowd of reporters.
In a protracted stand against abortion, Alabama Sen. Tommy Tuberville has put congressional confirmations for all military promotions on hold. Arizona’s Sen. Kyrsten Sinema said she wants to help Tuberville — a Republican — and President Joe Biden compromise on the issue.
Aug. 22, 2023
Person holding a transgender pride flag
A federal appeals court will allow two transgender girls to play on girls sports teams at their respective schools in Arizona, at least for now.
Aug. 14, 2023
birth certificates
An ongoing federal legal battle over the rights of three transgender Arizona children will now impact the broader transgender community in the state.
Aug. 10, 2023
Phoenix Pride 2018
Over 30 bills that would affect the LGBTQ community were introduced in the state Legislature this session. But few of them passed, and none have been signed into law by Gov. Katie Hobbs. Here is a look back at the legislative session that inspired demonstrations at the Capitol and conversations across the state.
Aug. 9, 2023
Thousands of veterans attended the Veterans of Foreign Wars 124th national convention in downtown Phoenix this week. While the group made history by electing a woman to a leadership post, not all veterans feel welcome.
Jul. 27, 2023
Gavel against bench in courtroom.
An Arizona lawsuit challenging the ban of transgender girls in girls sports has taken a new turn. Republican lawmakers who unsuccessfully defended the law's total implementation last week now have a new argument.
Jul. 26, 2023
Peter Boag, author of "Re-Dressing America's Frontier Past"
The Show spoke with Peter Boag, a queer historian of the American West as well as a history professor at Washington State University, about the untold history of the Wild West.
Jul. 26, 2023
Tom Horne is the Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction. He is standing in front of a podium at a press conference in the state education building, located in downtown Phoenix. In this photo he is speaking. Two women and a man behind stand behind.
U.S. District Court Judge Jennifer Zipps rejected arguments by state schools chief Tom Horne that it would be unfair to allow trans girls to compete in female sports. Horne said he will file an appeal.
Jul. 20, 2023
Supreme Court abortion rights protest
The Show sat down with two experts on the topic of feminism and what it looks like today in a post-Roe, post-#MeToo and gender-fluid world.
Jul. 18, 2023
Arizona Capitol
Arizona Republican senators have claimed that an executive order to expand gender affirming care for state employees and retirees would cost taxpayers $788 million a year. The actual number is $788,000.
More Arizona politics news
Jul. 5, 2023
generic pills in blister pack
In July, pharmacists will be allowed to dispense birth control pills, contraceptive vaginal rings and hormone patches without a prescription being needed.
Jun. 29, 2023
Katie Hobbs
Gov. Katie Hobbs is again wading into culture wars, issuing executive orders Tuesday to halt the use of public funds for "conversion therapy'' while mandating them for "gender affirming health care,'' at least for state and university employees and retirees.
Jun. 27, 2023
Ari Kravitz
Finding a doctor who can offer gender affirming care isn’t always easy or accessible. For the trans community, it can be a matter of life and death. Primary care is critical for trans people of all ages. Ari Kravitz is a nurse practitioner at Spectrum Medical Care, which provides gender affirming health care.
Jun. 23, 2023
Phoenix Pride 2018
For the first time, the Human Rights Campaign declared a state of emergency for all LGBTQ people living in the United States. The declaration comes on the heels of dozens of ant-trans bills nationwide.
Jun. 23, 2023


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