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quinta-feira, março 15, 2007

Same-sex marriage case: Prosecutor told to step down
The trial of a couple accused of entering into a same-sex marriage took a twist yesterday when the prosecutor was told to step down.

Transsexual regret
When you know someone who's undergone sex-reassignment surgery, the possibility of regret may feel like the proverbial elephant in the room. But what is the prevalence of regret, and why does regret occur?

Transgendered student sues CU for discrimination
Jennifer Anne Blair is suing CU-Denver through its Board of Regents and the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Colorado (KFHP) for sexual and age discrimination. Blair, a post-operative transsexual female, alleges unfair and unequal treatment during her time as a student in CU's clinical psychology masters program.

Transsexual professor to leave school
A transsexual professor has settled her discrimination complaint against Spring Arbor University in Jackson County, the Christian university announced today.
Photo: Julie Nemecek
Christian College Settles Case with Transgender Professor
Spring Arbor University and fired transgender professor Julie Nemecek reached a financial settlement Monday (March 12) in her discrimination suit.

Stanton has 9 days to prepare
City Manager Steve Stanton will make his case to keep his job on March 23.
Steve Stanton had served Largo, Fla., for the past 14 years as city manager. On Feb. 21, the St. Petersburg Times learned of Stanton’s transgender identity and his plans to transition, and Stanton was forced to come forward early with his intentions, resulting in a special session of the city commission on Feb. 27. The body voted 5-2 to fire Stanton from his position despite his successful record of public service.

Trans-friendly bill re-enters N.Y. legislature
Two New York State legislators have reintroduced the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act, which bans discrimination across the state toward people based on gender identity and expression. If the bill is passed, New York will become the 10th state with such a law.

In Between Days
Baltimore's Transgendered Population Navigates A World That Only Sees Biological Male And Female.
[PHOTO: (Clockwise from top right) Cydné Kimbrough, Zak, Kristina, and Sara Brown. (Photo) Jefferson Jackson Steele]