Roberta Close vira motivo de piada ao aparecer com bochechas inchadas
Aos 48 anos, a musa dos anos 80 Roberta Close virou piada nas redes sociais por exagerar na aplicação de toxina botulínica. Uma foto da modelo transexual está circulando pela internet com a palavra "fofão" nos comentários.
Na imagem publicada pelo estilista Walério Araújo em seu Instagram, Roberta aparece com muito volume nas bochechas.
Costa del Sol hospital surgeons give patients more feminine voices
Marbella's Hospital Quirón has carried out four pioneering operations to make patients' voices sound more feminine.
The beauty queen who was born a boy: Transgender model, 21, set for pageant success after choosing to live as a woman
Dani St James, 21 from Barry, South Wales, was born a boy, Daniel
Began wearing make up at 11 and told parents he was gay aged 12
Started dressing and living as a woman aged 17 - but identified as a man
Aged 18 Dani visited a doctor who prescribed female hormones
Won local transgender beauty pageant and hopes to win more
Second Kenyan transgender wins case
I am not ashamed to be a woman! Those were Alexander Ngungu Nthungi’s words after Lady Justice Mumbi Ngugi of the Kenyan High Court declared that police violated his rights and dignity by stripping him naked to ascertain his sexual identity.
Trans* people in Quebec need your help!
Les personnes trans* ont besoin de votre aide!
Fox News' Transphobia Problem
Fox News seems to have largely given up in its losing battle against marriage equality for gays and lesbians, but there's still one segment of the LGBT community that it feels comfortable openly mocking and demonizing on air: transgender people.
Governor Signs Gender Identity Nondiscrimination Act
Governor Jack Markell signed the Gender Identity Nondiscrimination Act (SB 97) today, ensuring equal legal protections to transgender individuals in Delaware.
New Delaware law protects transgender people, outlaws discrimination based on gender identity
Transgender anti-bias bill signed
Delaware Senate OKs transgender bill; Markell signs into law
Gov. Markell signs transgender anti-discrimination bill into law
Delaware Gov. Jack Markell signs transgender bill into law
Delaware Governor Markell Signs Transgender Rights Bill into Law
BREAKING: Delaware Legislature Passes Transgender Nondiscrimination Act
Markell signs transgender rights bill into law
13 in 2013: Victory in Delaware
Transgender student suit goes to Maine high court
Maine's highest court heard arguments Wednesday over whether transgender students can use the bathroom of their choice, and the girl at the heart of the case said she hoped justices would recognize the right of children to attend school without being "bullied" by peers or administrators.
Metro North conductor accused of sex assault to face RR hearing
A Metro-North Railroad conductor accused of sexually assaulting a transgendered passenger aboard a Harlem line train heads to an internal hearing next week to determine his future employment status.
Multnomah County becomes one of first in nation to require gender-neutral bathrooms for transgender users
Multnomah County is jumping to the forefront of a national debate by becoming one of the first in the country to require single-occupancy, gender-neutral bathrooms in all new construction projects for the county.
Multnomah County requiring gender-neutral bathrooms in its new buildings
Gender-neutral restrooms required in county in Oregon
The SPLC's gender assignment case comes down to civil rights
Mark and Pam Crawford adopted their son, M.C., not long after doctors at the Medical University of South Carolina performed a sex reassignment surgery on the 16-month-old. Though initially raised as a girl, it wasn't long before M.C. started presenting as a boy. Now the couple has filed lawsuits at both the state and federal levels against MUSC, the S.C. Department of Social Services, and the Greenville Hospital System (where M.C. spent two months after he was abandoned by his mother).
Group Forming for Parents of Gender-Questioning Children
This August Green Mountain Crossroads will begin hosting a monthly meeting for parents of transgender, gender nonconforming, or gender questioning children, of any age. The Brattleboro TransParents group will meet on the third Monday of each month, starting Monday, August 19.
New Pride parade to celebrate Seattle's growing transgender community
With a mission to advocate and raise the visibility and acceptance of Seattle’s growing transgender and gender-nonconforming community, the Gender Justice League will put on its first Trans Pride parade at Cal Anderson Park on June 28, two days before Seattle’s 39th-annual Gay Pride parade.