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segunda-feira, setembro 21, 2015

Colectivos de personas transexuales y familias se sienten decepcionados e indignados con el comunicado del Colegio de Psicólogos de Madrid
Las personas son dueñas de sus propias vidas y por lo tanto se debe respetar la Ley de autonomía del paciente, el derecho a ser informadas y a decidir libremente sobre cualquier tratamiento, intervención o itinerario médico-quirúrgico que les afecte.

Is Britain’s generation of trans actors on the verge of a breakthrough?
A run of recent Hollywood hits has inspired an acting course for transgender performers

‘I am who I am, and I am happy with who I am’ – the story of Michelle Sullivan
In this day and age, transgender individuals are willing and able, more than ever before, to speak out about the issues surrounding their day-to-day lives. Michelle Sullivan spoke with The Malta Independent on Sunday about her experiences as a transgender person; the way society has treated her over the years, as well as advice and guidance for any individuals who are experiencing a similar situation. Ms Sullivan is a successful computer security engineer, a photographer, an active blogger who also just tied the knot yesterday evening.

Does Egypt’s Sisi brutal treatment of trans people qualify him for a Nobel Prize?
Amid the arrests of transgender and LGBT people and increased police repression comes news that the president of Egypt el-Sisi, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize!

Some Like It Trans
François Ozon and The New Girlfriend win the trans race

NSAA set to tackle guidelines after transgender students express interest in playing high school sports
The governing body for Nebraska high school sports, after dropping the issue for two years, is moving forward with drafting a policy that governs participation by transgender athletes.

OR schools' transgender policy could become model
With students at the elementary, middle and high school identifying themselves as transgender and no policies to deal with it, Oyster River Cooperative School District Superintendent James Morse thought it was time to make a change.

Transgender vets find doors opening in military community
Two years ago Darla Lannert gave away everything from her previous life.

[Dominican Republic]
The extraordinary case of the Guevedoces
The discovery of a small community in the Dominican Republic, where some males are born looking like girls and only grow penises at puberty, has led to the development of a blockbuster drug that has helped millions of people, writes Michael Mosley.

Argentine province adopts law requiring transgender hires
Pope Francis' native country has passed what is believed to be the world's first law of its kind: a requirement that the local government in the Buenos Aires province set aside at least 1% of its jobs for transgender people.