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sexta-feira, junho 14, 2013

Trans woman flees Scottish town which branded her a 'witch'
Stephanie Smyth, a transgender woman, was forced to flee her Johnstone home, in Scotland after being subjected to transphobic hate

Stop the Greek Authorities detaining Trans*gender people as part of a cleansing effort
I call not only upon the Greek Senior Government Officials to stop this practise but also Upon the European Union as transgender rights and general equality in the EU is compromised by these unnecessary and transphobic actions

Audrey Mbugua takes transgender case to Medical Board
Audrey Mbugua who is suffering from Gender Identity Disorder (GID) has taken her predicament to the Medical Practitioners and Dentist.

Homosexuals protest over two arrested members in Anambra
ATANI Chief Magistrates’ Court in Ogbaru Council Area of Anambra State, on Wednesday, was disrupted, as suspected members of homosexual family almost stopped court proceedings, following the docking of two of their members for alleged same sex offence.

[New Zealand]
NZTA Changes Gender Identity Policy For Driver Licences
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has changed a policy that will make it easier for people to amend the sex / gender details on their driver licence record.

AFL in talks with transgender player over vilification
The AFL has started landmark mediation proceedings with a transgender footballer who says her vilification case has been mismanaged for six weeks because it was ''new'' and ''too hard''.

Delaware bill banning discrimination against transgender people clears House panel
A bill aimed at protecting transgender people in Delaware by outlawing discrimination based on gender identity has cleared a House committee.
House panel OKs gender identity proposal
Delaware House committee approves transgender rights bill
Delaware House Committee Passes Gender Identity Nondiscrimination Act 4 to 1

Boston police adopts guidelines on how officers should treat transgender people
Boston police have issued new guidelines on how officers should treat transgender people, a policy that one department official says is to ensure that everyone is treated with “respect and dignity.”
Boston Police Department Adopt Transgender Inclusive Policy
Boston police adopt new rules for treatment of transgender people
Boston police adopt transgender rules

GLAD Argues Transgender Girl’s Case Before Maine High Court
Today, GLAD represented a transgender girl before Maine's highest court, arguing that her school had failed in its responsibility to treat her the same as other students.
Maine Supreme Court takes up transgender case
Orono Transgender Case Comes Before Maine High Court
Transgender child’s bathroom battle raises a legal case of sex identity
Lawsuit brought by transgender student over bathrooms, harassment goes to Maine supreme court
Transgender student’s discrimination suit goes before Maine’s high court

Oregon county to require gender-neutral restrooms in all county buildings
Oregon’s most populous county is requiring that gender-neutral bathrooms be included whenever a county-owned building is constructed or remodeled, a move to accommodate transgender employees and visitors.

Profamilia participó de la Marcha de Orgullo LGBT en San Juan
Tras varios meses de intensos debates y exposición mediática, la Cámara de Representantes de Puerto Rico aprobó el pasado viernes, 24 de mayo de 2013 dos leyes que favorecen a la comunidad LGBT y que adelantan al país en materia de derechos sexuales y reproductivos.

Chile's First Transgender Congressional Candidate Steps Down
Valentina Verbal campaigned to make history as Chile’s first transgendered congresswoman. Had she won, Chile’s LGBT community would have representation in the national Congress before most other countries around the world.