A New England gay rights organization is praising Connecticut’s Department of Insurance for informing insurers they must pay “covered expenses” for treatment related to a patient’s gender transition.
A panel of experts debate the existence of American societal discomfort with the biology of the female body and the potential negative implications of national discourse on the matter.
A recently published study has found that intoxicated men are more likely to be described using terms such as “hammered” or wasted,” while women under the influence of a large quantity of alcohol are more commonly referred to as “tipsy” or “buzzed.”
A recent study found that young girls don’t feel they have as many career options as boys do.
Connecticut’s flagship university has updated its policies to prohibit discrimination against people who choose to live as the sex in which they were not born, or who have changed genders.
An employee of Cigna Healthcare Inc. has filed a $100 million federal lawsuit claiming the health insurer engages in a widespread pattern of gender discrimination and harassment against women.