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quarta-feira, fevereiro 08, 2012

Travesti de Aquele Beijo vai se casar
Em Aquele Beijo, travesti Ana Girafa é pedida em casamento, mas por interesse

New Hair! Modelo Lea T. muda de visual e fica loira; veja
Loiríssima! É assim que está a modelo Lea T. Atendendo aos pedidos dos bookers de sua agência, a transexual optou por descolorir suas madeixas para uma nova campanha.

Vereador apresenta projeto de lei para criação de banheiros para LGBTs em SP
Após a polêmica gerada pela entrada da cartunista Laerte Coutinho no banheiro feminino de uma padaria na Zona Oeste de São Paulo, o vereador Carlos Apolinário (DEM) resolveu apresentar na tarde desta terça-feira (7) um projeto de lei que prevê a criação de banheiros unissex. O objetivo, segundo ele, é garantir o direito a homens e mulheres de encontrarem apenas pessoas de seu próprio sexo no banheiro, e que o unissex seja usado por gays, lésbicas, bissexuais, travestis e transexuais ou mesmo heterossexuais que assim desejarem.
Vereador quer banheiro para transexuais

Fernández Díaz declara de ‘utilidad pública’ la Federación de Lesbianas, Gays, Transexuales y Bisexuales
La casualidad existe y es caprichosa. Ha querido en esta ocasión que unas horas después de que el demoscópico ministro democristiano de Educación, Cultura y Deportes, José Ignacio Wert, anunciase la supresión de la asignatura obligatoria de Educación para la Ciudadanía y los Derechos Humanos (EpC), su colega de Interior, no menos demócrata ni menos cristiano, Jorge Fernández Díaz, declarase “entidad de utilidad pública” la Federación Estatal de Lesbianas, Gays, Transexuales y Bisexuales (FELGTB) e insertase su decisión en el BOE del 2 del corriente.

Colectivos transexuales comienzan una campaña de información sobre los límites en la atención a la transexualidad
La Federación Estatal de Lesbianas, Gais, Transexuales y Bisexuales se une a otros 28 asociaciones a una campaña de información sobre las obligaciones y los límites de la responsabilidad en la atención a las personas transexuales. Ante la normalización de prácticas abusivas en el trato en el Sistema Nacional de Salud, así como el desconocimiento que sobre la transexualidad se demuestra en algunos artículos publicados en medios de comunicación, estas entidades se han unido en la firma de un documento explicativo y de denuncia.

[Sweden] [Film]
She Male Snails (Pojktanten)
POJKTANTEN weaves intimate bath time conversations between Ester Martin Bergsmark and the writer Eli Levén together with the story of Pojktanten– a fantasy world that centres on a person caught between two genders who creates a third in order to survive.

Uganda's anti-gay bill reintroduced in parliament
The Ugandan parliamentarian who first introduced an anti-gay bill that carried the death penalty for some homosexual acts reintroduced the bill on Tuesday, raising concerns among rights activists who have been fighting the legislation.

ECP registers only 29 Rawalpindi eunuchs
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has so far registered only 29 eunuchs of Rawalpindi as voters in computerized voter lists, an official of the ECP said Monday.

Certainly more than 1043!
Despite vociferous claims of She-Male Associations and government departments dealing with registering eunuchs on electoral roll, only 1043 eunuchs of the total 80,000 enrolled with Social Welfare Department registered themselves in the voting list with all District Election Commission Offices and only 480 cases were processed by the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) for issuance of Computerised National Identity Cards (CNIC) across the province.

Eunuchs' turf war in Ahmedabad ends
The ongoing turf war between two rival groups of eunuchs has finally ended. The warring factions approached the Vastrapur police on Monday to intimate the cops about their truce.

BJP’s eunuch headache in Ayodhya
An eunuch is threatening to break the BJP’s unbroken 22-year stint in Ayodhya Assembly seat, which goes to polls on Wednesday.

For Anu, her lease of life has been paved with hardships
Life has been a rough ride for Anu, a 27-year-old transgender. Anu sees her appointment as an employee in Group ‘D’ category in the high court as a new beginning. She will be on probation for two years and she will take home a pay package of ` 4,500 to ` 7,275 per month.

Transgender in a fix over spiritual path
A progressive move by the Evangelical Church of India to enlist a transgender pastor has prompted other churches to open their doors to her. The Church of South India is among the first to extend an invitation to Bharathi to preach to its congregation.

UPDATE: Document reveals Transport Canada claimed 'personal info was violated'
Xtra has obtained a copy of the copyright infringement takedown notice sent by Transport Canada to Scribd.

Bearded and breastfeeding – the story of a pregnant man
As Neil Hope puts it, being pregnant is a bit of a public “spectacle,” prompting even complete strangers to comment on the expectant parent’s condition.

Trans woman detained under US flight rules
In the wake of Canada’s continued support of a no-fly rule for anyone who fails to meet gender norms, as subjectively assessed by that country’s border police, a harrowing tale emerges of an incident last year in the United States.
[Commentary] Detained at the Airport: One Trans Woman’s Horrifying Story
[Commentary] Feb 6, 2012 - Transport Canada Security policy BREACHED!!!!

Transphobia and Violence
After a transgender women was brutally stabbed last week in our nation’s capital, it was announced just a day later that she died as the result of the attack. And while we wish we could say this was a rare event, the reality is that all too often those within the transgender and gender queer communities are regularly the victims of violent assaults. In Philly, there are many still open cases involving transgender people – like Nizah Morris, who died of a headwound shortly after being released from police custody in 2002. The case still hasn’t been solved.

Williams Institute: Obama Executive Order Regarding Contractors Would Protect Millions of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Workers
According to a new study, The Impact of Extending Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Non-Discrimination Requirements to Federal Contractors, published by the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law, a federal executive order that requires contractors to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity would protect up to 16.5 million more workers than are already protected by state or private anti-discrimination policies.
ENDA exec order could protect 16 million workers: report

Former Anchorage Mayors Support LGBT Equality
Five former mayors of Anchorage, Alaska, announced their support of legislation that would provide legal protections for LGBT individuals.

Transgender ‘Top Model’ promotes acceptance
A fashion model is generally known for having a pretty face, a fierce stride and an enviable sense of style. In light of all of that, it is difficult to look past the glamour of “America’s Next Top Model” contestant Isis King, to see all of the obstacles that she has overcome.

Victim Identified in Fatal Stabbing, Police Release Video of 'Person of Interest'
Police on Friday identified released the identity of a transgender person who was fatally stabbed last week near a Metrobus stop on East Capitol Street NE and also released video from a nearby traffic camera depicting an individual who is being described as a "person of interest."
Vigil and Memorial Details for Deoni Jones

Transgender Bathroom Bill Proposed
A Baltimore County grandmother is leading the fight against a controversial bill that some say would be equivalent to legalizing peeping toms.

Trans Action Team launches new website
The Trans Action Team has recently launched a new website for the transgender community in order to provide students with resources and education for transgender issues.

New Anti-Bullying Bill Signed into Law, Is it Enough?
Governor Kasich has signed new protections for our children into law.
'Gay' element missing from anti-bullying bill

Anti-bias bill squashed in Utah Legislature
After a 90-minute hearing in front of a standing-room-only audience, the latest attempt at a statewide nondiscrimination bill was squashed with a 4-2 vote in a legislative committee. The bill, SB51, which was sponsored by Sen. Ben McAdams, D-Salt Lake City, mirrors legislation already passed in 14 Utah municipalities.

Ser transexual y estar en la política
Ella es Diana Sánchez Barrios y es la hija de la lideresa de los comerciantes informales, Alejandra Barrios. Estudió Administración y fue comisionada de diversidad sexual en el Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD) en el Distrito Federal. Hoy, es la primera mujer transexual que busca un lugar en la política mexicana, específicamente en la Asamblea Legislativa del Distrito Federal (ALDF).

Exigen esclarecimiento de muertes de gais
Tras el asesinato del “Shalalá”, organizaciones lésbico-gay piden a la PGJ que investigue los casos; aseguran que la homofobia es el móvil de las ejecuciones