Florida bolsters its reputation as an anti-LGBTQ state with a new rule — trans residents can no longer update their driver’s license with their correct gender identity.

Plus, a New Hampshire town manager stepped down after being harassed in an ongoing controversy about an LGBTQ art display.

And the Massachusetts State Senate passed a bill to repeal several archaic sodomy and anti-trans laws.

Those stories and more on Under the Radar's LGBTQ News Roundtable.


Grace Sterling Stowell, executive director of the Boston Alliance of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Youth, or BAGLY

E.J. Graff, journalist, author and managing editor of Good Authority, an independent site publishing insights on political science

Polly Crozier, Director of Family Advocacy for GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders, or GLAD

Corrected: February 12, 2024
This post was updated to correct a typo in the acronym for GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders.