Kathryn and Kristen Lenth at their (former) home in Casper
This demands immediate state intervention! Call the Government!!!

Session recap - Lawmakers bravely confront Wyoming's hottest non-issue: transgender student athletes

Four transgender students participate in Wyoming high school sports. For a decade, a policy governing trans student eligibility in athletics has gone unused, because local communities have handled situations on a case-by-case basis. But the so-called Freedom Caucus shares the national media’s obsession with transgender people. So, confronting this trendiest of boogeymen became a priority during the 2023 session, while other issues that affect tens of thousands of Wyoming residents went ignored.
PFLAG's Casper chapter helps support the city's annual Pride celebration.

PFLAG's decades-long history of LGBTQ advocacy and support in Wyoming continues

PFLAG is the nation's oldest and largest organization that unites parents and allies with the LGBTQ community. Chapters currently operate in four Wyoming towns. They provide support, community education, and advocacy—and more of them are forming.
An LGBTQ pride-themed flag designed by the Wyoming Art Party flies during a celebration. Groups throughout Wyoming continue to pursue nondiscrimination policy changes despite legislative setbacks.

The Wyoming Legislature defeated an LGBTQ workplace nondiscrimination bill. But the issue is as alive as ever. — 2019 Legislative recap

A proposal to ban workplace discrimination died at the same time a Senator’s anti-LGBTQ remarks brought national attention to Wyoming. Meanwhile, homophobic incidents continue to demonstrate the need for nondiscrimination policy.

A message to Wyoming State Senator Lynn Hutchings from PFLAG (VIDEO)

The things we say to children can have deep, lasting, and sometimes harmful impacts. PFLAG - Laramie President Lorinda Lindley calls on Wyoming State Senator Lynn Hutchings to realize this, and to issue an apology to the students she dehumanized.
Kathryn and Kristen Lenth at their (former) home in Casper

Exit Interview: Kathryn Lenth — How to lose a computer scientist (VIDEO)

Computer scientist Kathryn Lenth was happy to make Casper home, until she and her partner, Kristen, realized Wyoming might not be the best place for LGBT people to live. Now Kathryn is training the tech workforce of tomorrow ... in Utah.