Thomas Lewis, an 18-year-old transgender student at Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls, S.D., speaks in January in Sioux Falls against legislation that groups have said would discriminate against transgender people. South Dakota in February became the first state to pass a law that would prohibit transgender students from using the bathroom or locker room of their choice.
Thomas Lewis, an 18-year-old transgender student at Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls, S.D., speaks in January in Sioux Falls against legislation that groups have said would discriminate against transgender people. South Dakota in February became the first state to pass a law that would prohibit transgender students from using the bathroom or locker room of their choice. Joe Ahlquist Associated Press
Thomas Lewis, an 18-year-old transgender student at Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls, S.D., speaks in January in Sioux Falls against legislation that groups have said would discriminate against transgender people. South Dakota in February became the first state to pass a law that would prohibit transgender students from using the bathroom or locker room of their choice. Joe Ahlquist Associated Press