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quarta-feira, maio 07, 2014

Idoso é morto por travesti após se recusar a pagar 'programa', diz PM
Jovem diz que a vítima tentou agredí-lo com uma foice.
PM de Bicas prendeu suspeito no ponto de ônibus, quando tentava fugir.

Travesti é assassinado com cinco tiros em Betim
Moradores disseram aos militares que ouviram vários disparos por volta das 3 horas da manhã. Vítima teria se envolvido em uma discussão na semana passada

Transgender woman killed neighbour at Christmas
Melissa Young pled guilty of culpable homicide at the High Court in Glasgow

Thamesmead cross-dresser Roxanne Yeatman still determined to become a woman after News Shopper front page
Thamesmead cross-dresser Roxanne Yeatman is more determined than ever to become a woman after News Shopper featured her on the front page last week.

T1-D6, 93 Days in “Transvestite Ward”
I have only been in jail once in my life and I stayed in one of those wards for three months. Mine was in Metris; Ward T1-D6. In other words: The Transvestite Ward. And I spent exactly 93 days with other transvestites and a few gay men. There were eight of us in total.

Transgender prostitutes lose appeal against jail term
Two transgender prostitutes in Bahrain have lost an appeal against a six-month jail sentence.
Gay prostitutes lose appeal against term

Trans woman runs for parliament as independent anti-corruption candidate
An Indian trans woman has become the first ever to run for a seat in parliament, as an independent candidate.

Osmanabad administration extends help to third gender
The Osmanabad Zilla Parishad officials had organized a special event to spread awareness among the transgenders regarding the rights as entitled through a recent Supreme Court judgment.

Keeping transvestites off streets with business opportunities
Transvestites in this historical city are to be given business opportunities to take them off the streets and the flesh trade.

Indonesia’s first transgender boarding school reopens its doors
An Islamic transgender boarding school has reopened in the city of Yogyakarta on the Indonesian island of Java.

New trans and gender diverse film festival to launch
The tilde Trans and Gender Diverse Film Festival will make its debut later this year, giving more light to stories created by trans and gender diverse filmmakers and trans and gender diverse content.

Judge rules transgender woman’s charter rights breached by Alberta law
In a landmark decision released Tuesday, an Alberta judge has struck down sections of a provincial law requiring proof of surgery before a transgender person’s birth certificate can be changed to accurately reflect their sex.
Transgender woman wins court battle
Canadian judge rules surgery requirement violates transgender rights

Saskatoon transgender woman could wait 2 more years for ID
Miki Mappin facing long delays with gender change on ID from Citizenship Canada
Miki Mappin is stuck in an identification limbo.
The Saskatoon transgender woman is attempting to get all of her identification changed to reflect her gender identity, but from her driver’s licence to her passport the changes all hinge on two documents, her citizenship card and certificate.

U.S. Department of Justice Launches Trans Outreach Training Initiative
With nearly half of all transgender individuals unwilling to report crimes to police for fear of being further harassed and mistreated by officers, the U.S. Department of Justice is working to remedy this ongoing issue.

Shocking Study: Trans Women Are 49 Times More Likely to Have HIV Than Other Women
A new report from amfAR suggests that trans women are among the most at risk demographic and yet the medical establishment and AIDS organizations have failed them at every turn.

Smith College Students Continue Fight Over “Discriminatory” Policy On Transgender Applicants
More than a year after Calliope Wong, a transgender woman, was denied admission to the all-women’s school, students there plan to protest what they believe is a discriminatory admissions policy.

Pride Agenda Responds to Discrimination Against Transgender Ithaca Student
An Ithaca high school senior who says he was harassed for being transgender filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights. In response, Empire State Pride Agenda Executive Director Nathan M. Schaefer issued the following statement calling for the passage of the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA):

Ore. Bar Found Guilty of Discriminating Against Trans Patrons Shuts Its Doors
Citing the 2007 Oregon Equality Act, a group of trans women and cross-dressers filed a discrimination complaint against a local bar owner. After the owner failed to pay a $400,000 fine, the bar has closed.

Initiative allows trans students to use a 'preferred name'
The Lambda Alliance brought the idea to administrators and collaborated with the UA

SDHSAA struggles with transgender policies
Transgender students would be allowed to compete in gender-specific high school sports that don’t align with the sexual designations on their birth certificates, under a proposal considered Tuesday by the South Dakota High School Activities Association board of directors.

Lumberton transgender teacher returning to work in different capacity
A Lumberton transgender teacher says she will return to work Tuesday morning but not as a substitute teacher.

The latest on transgender woman, Vanessa Champagne Paris
Over the weekend, a transgendered woman who came into the public spotlight two weeks ago was the subject of a heated, emotional debate on Facebook. A post reported that Vanessa Champagne Paris had been murdered while in Placencia at the start of the Easter Holidays. That post sparked an immediate frenzy of comments, more than three hundred of them. But it appears that reports of her death were greatly exaggerated, and this evening UNIBAM’s Executive Director Caleb Orozco confirmed that Vanessa is alive and well.
Police Say Transgender Vanessa Champagne Was Not Assaulted

Valentina Verbal: “Los transexuales no pueden seguir siendo parte de una casta de parias”
La integrante del Consejo Político de Evolución Política (Evópoli), Valentina Verbal, manifestó su rechazo a la indicación de los senadores Manuel José Ossandón (RN) y Jacqueline Van Rysselberghe (UDI) al proyecto de ley de identidad de género que tiene por objeto condicionar el cambio del sexo registral de las personas transexuales a la prohibición de contraer matrimonio.