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Trump Admin Rule Would Allow Homeless Shelters To Shut Out Transgender People
HUD Secretary Ben Carson's department proposes weakening Equal Access Rule protections for transgender people established in 2012.
Transgender Woman Beaten By Mob Last Month Is Found Shot To Death
Muhlaysia Booker, 23, found dead in Dallas, is at least the fourth transgender person in the U.S. — all of them black women — to be slain this year.
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Indya Moore Is Elle Magazine's First Transgender Cover Star
Live. Work. Pose (for the cover).
Pete Buttigieg Is Exposing Tensions In The LGBTQ Movement
Amid joy over his historic candidacy, some are torn over wanting the next president to be anything but another white man.
Powerful New Documentary Sheds Insight On Plight Of Transgender Inmates
Curtis M. Wong
Filmmaker George Zuber wants "Where Justice Ends" to remind viewers that “injustices faced by the most vulnerable ... urgently need to be understood.”
A Transgender 'Good Girls' Character Comes Out In A Powerful TV Moment
Curtis M. Wong
Isaiah Stannard's Sadie was inspired by a baby brother’s birth to tell his mom he identifies as a boy on the NBC series.
'Mob' Attacks Transgender Woman In Texas
Dallas police say they're investigating the beating as a possible hate crime.
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Morehouse College To Begin Taking Transgender Men Next Year
By Errin Haines Whack, AP
Students who transition from male to female, however, will not be automatically eligible to receive a degree from the institution.
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Trump's Transgender Military Ban Is Now In Effect
By Sonia Elks, Reuters
The new policy would force transgender military members to choose between transition and their jobs.
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A Transgender Volleyball Star Stirs ‘Unfounded’ Criticism In Brazil
By Andréa Martinelli, HuffPost Brazil
Tifanny Abreu meets international standards for participation in women’s sports, but she still faces skepticism at home.
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Chelsea Manning Deadnamed By Fox News Correspondent
The Fox report on Julian Assange's arrest twice used the name that Chelsea Manning was referred to prior to her transition.
These Tattoo Artists Offer Discounts For People With Self-Harm And Trans Surgery Scars
"We’re doing healing work, and if you have the calling to do healing work, it can also kind of be healing for yourself," one of the artists said of their efforts.
Celebrating The Trailblazers Of Transgender Rights
On International Transgender Day Of Visibility, we highlight the victories of trans rights pioneers.
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House Votes To Condemn Trump's Transgender Military Ban
The purely symbolic measure is unlikely to pass the GOP-controlled Senate. The ban is set to go into effect April 12.
What Trans Women Want You To Know About Feminism And Equality
Jolie A. Doggett
“Once equality is the norm for all women, trans or cis, the women’s movement will be perfect,” says Jazz Jennings.
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Catholic Hospital Sued For Abruptly Canceling Trans Man's Gender Confirmation Surgery
Oliver Knight claims a Catholic hospital in California broached last-minute religious objections to his hysterectomy.
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Transgender Teen Wins Gender-Neutral Prom Title After Being Told He Can't Run For King
Curtis M. Wong
Dex Frier of Georgia's Johnson High School was one of two "royal knight" winners at the March 23 dance.
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Deaf Transgender Actor Chella Man Talks Being Cast In 'Titans' As Jericho
“I rarely saw sign language authentically represented on screen growing up, so this incredible opportunity has made my heart soar.”
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I'm Nonbinary, Gay-Married And Just Moved To The Deep South. Here's Why I Got A Gun.
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Moving to rural Georgia suddenly made self-protection seem all the more urgent.
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Doctors Can Dismiss Women's Health Concerns. Here's How To Take Back Some Control.
Evidence shows women are often deemed “overly dramatic” and dismissed by medical professionals, which has deadly consequences.
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‘As Long As They Don’t Kill Us, We Will Survive’: Brazil’s First Black Trans Lawmaker Resists Fear
Erica Malunguinho made history when she became the first trans woman to win a seat in the Sao Paulo legislature in its over 180 years of existence.
Raquel Willis On Making History As The First Trans Editor Of Out Magazine
"We all need opportunities to play around with gender and let some of that steam off around the expectations that we have with it.”
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Janet Mock Celebrates Her ‘Idol’ Beyoncé For Honoring Her In Black History Month
"When your idol sees and uplifts your black greatness," the transgender rights activist wrote on Twitter.
Out Magazine’s Executive Editor Raquel Willis Talks Activism And Journalism
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani spoke with Raquel Willis — the first queer transgender person to be executive editor of Out Magazine.
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School Board In Virginia May End Transgender Bathroom Ban
The Gloucester County School Board will discuss the possibility of allowing transgender students to use restrooms that correspond with their gender identity.
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Don Cheadle Makes Powerful Fashion Statements On 'SNL'
The award-winning actor offers support for transgender kids and takes a slap at Donald Trump.
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