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quinta-feira, abril 10, 2014

Trans Brits give politicians their top two demands
Groups and individuals have joined together to fight for trans equality in the UK

[New Zealand]
Corrections: trans prison policy is in place
Corrections has confirmed transgender prisoners are able to apply to be placed in a prison which fits their gender identity.

[New Zealand]
Transgender model vows to compete
An aspiring transgender model has vowed to take to the catwalk tomorrow night despite a row over whether she was eligible to enter a beauty contest.

Trans rights put in the spotlight at the University of Saskatchewan
A massive banner containing portraits and messages of support for the trans community in Saskatchewan could be seen at the University of Saskatchewan campus on Thursday afternoon.

How to Manage a Job Search as a Transgender Candidate
Tips for the challenges transgender job seekers face when searching for work.

D.C. launches trans-friendly 'Safe Bathrooms' campaign
The D.C. Office of Human Rights on Thursday launched a city-funded campaign to step up enforcement of a little known law that requires single-occupancy bathrooms in restaurants and other businesses to be gender neutral.

In My Skin: Transgender student hopes for Broadway career
The lightbulbs above reflect off London Chanel's glossed pink lips, acting as a stage light that illuminates her world as she speaks.

Transgender Day of Visibility Now World Wide
Five short years ago, Rachel Crandall-Crocker, a social worker and executive director of Transgender Michigan, was sitting in her office pondering the thought of having a day people could celebrate being transgender. On that day Transgender Day of Visibility was born. Today the idea has grown into an international holiday, celebrated literally around the world.

Civil rights organization demands apology from CPCC for transgender student
A civil rights organization is making a call for action in support of a transgender student who says she was the target of discrimination.
Statement: CPCC is investigating, wants ‘amicable resolution’ with transgender student
CPCC is following law, college says in updated statement

City Must Pay For Transgender Youth's Transition Surgery
A New York State Supreme Court justice in Manhattan has ordered the city’s Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) to pay for gender reassignment procedures, including surgery, for a 20-year-old transgender woman still in the foster care system.

Transsexual convicted in Harrisburg child-sex case
In a case the veteran prosecutor called "unique," a Dauphin County judge Thursday convicted a Harrisburg transsexual of sexually molesting a teenage boy she was supposed to be baby-sitting.

Appleton elects 1st trangender person in state
One of the newly-elected members of Appleton's city council made history this week.