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domingo, maio 29, 2016

Travesti morre após aplicação de silicone industrial no corpo
A travesti Elias Vieira dos Santos, 34 anos, conhecida como Brenda Alberlock, morreu de infecção generalizada após aplicar silicone industrial nas nádegas. Ela estava internada desde o dia 29 de abril no Hospital do Subúrbio e não resistiu às complicações do quadro de saúde – agravado por Brenda ser portadora do vírus HIV. O corpo dela foi enterrado no final da manhã desta quinta-feira (26), no Cemitério Municipal de Pirajá.
Travesti morre após aplicação de silicone industrial no corpo
Enterrado corpo de travesti que morreu após injetar silicone industrial no próprio corpo

Lana Wachowski visita Centro de Cidadania LGBT em São Paulo
A equipe da série Sense8 está em São Paulo para gravar cenas na Parada do Orgulho LGBT, que acontece neste domingo (29).
E Lana Wachowski, 50, criadora e diretora da ficção científica da Netflix e mulher transgênera assumida, deu uma passadinha no Centro de Cidadania LGBT, no Arouche, nesta sexta-feira (27):

100 MPs back legal recognition for people who aren’t male or female
A hundred MPs have signed a motion urging the government to legally recognise “people whose identities are neither male nor female”.

Jayne Ellen Heideck wanted for arson at Montreal SRS Clinic
According to Montreal Gazette, the warrant was issued on Thursday out of the Montreal courthouse. Jayne Ellen Heideck, 42, of Kelowna, B.C., is accused of five different criminal charges in the warrant including arson with a disregard for human life, breaking and entering and arson by negligence.
Warrant issued for suspected arsonist in Montreal gender-confirming clinic fire
B.C. woman sought as suspect in arson fire at Montreal clinic

Halton Catholic school board shoots down LGBT inclusive policy
Trustees take issue with anything to do with sexual orientation or gender identity

Fox's Gutfeld: "Forget About Terror, We Have A President Who Is Declaring War On Bathrooms"
Greg Gutfeld: "So As Terrorists Are Planning Our Annihilation, Our Leaders Are Obsessed With Identity"

Buzzfeed Highlights Anti-Transgender Hoax Stories Spilling Over To Conservative News
Transgender Advocate: Hoax Stories “Encourage Vigilantes To Come Out Of The Woodwork And Hunt Trans People"
Anti-Trans Hoaxes On Fake News Websites Are Spiking — And Going Viral

73 Republican Congressmen Challenge Obama's Trans Bathroom Policy
Rep. Bill Flores called the administration's support of trans students “blatant executive overreach.”

Amid shouts of ‘shame,’ House GOP defeats gay rights measure
Democrats shouted “Shame! Shame!,” but seven Republicans switched their votes under pressure from House leaders Thursday and defeated a measure to protect gay rights.

House passes defense bill with anti-LGBT provision intact
Amendment on separate bill seeking to counteract the provision fails on a close vote

Poll: Only 41% of Americans back trans restroom rights
A new poll by CBS and The New York Times indicates that only 41% of Americans stand for trans bathroom rights.

The True Harm of Bathroom Bills
Trans people who are denied access to bathrooms are more likely to attempt suicide.

20 years after Colorado's Amendment 2 struck down, parallels seen in transgender fight
Boulder attorney Jean Dubofsky led fight against anti-gay constitutional amendment

Security guard arrested for trans assault in bathroom
A security guard at the Giant Food store at 3rd and H streets, N.E. spent the night in jail after D.C. police arrested her on a simple assault charge on Wednesday, May 18, for allegedly forcibly ejecting a transgender woman from the store because she used the women’s bathroom.

Georgia’s top education official: No need to obey trans student policy
Georgia‘s top education official said Friday that state school districts don’t have to comply with the Obama administration’s recent guidance that transgender students at public schools be allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity.

Jefferson Co. sheriff launches campaign against transgender student restroom rule
At a news conference inside his office Friday morning, Jefferson County Sheriff Travis Allen announced he's part of a petition campaign urging Illinois lawmakers to overturn an Obama administration directive on which restrooms transgender students must be allowed to use.

East Aurora to look at transgender bathroom access during high school construction
As East Aurora School District 131 board members prepare for construction across the district, they are looking at how to comply with the White House directive to accommodate transgender students.

GOP schools chief candidates criticize federal intrusion on transgender rights
The Republican candidates for state schools chief are criticizing what they see as federal intrusion by the Obama administration's guidance that public schools should let transgender students use the bathroom of the gender they identify with.

Christian school will expel students with queer relatives
Even if you’re the most Christ-affirming, bible-thumping, cross-wearing zealot in your family, if your sister is lesbian, your dad comes out as trans, your mom decides she’s bi or your brother brings home a boyfriend, Trinity Academy in Wichita, Kansas is not the school for you. And administrators of the Christian high school are making sure everybody knows that.

Rep. John Velis asks DAs to weigh in on Massachusetts transgender bill
State Rep. John Velis, D-Westfield, on Friday sent a letter to the Massachusetts District Attorneys Association asking for the prosecutors' stance on a bill providing anti-discrimination protection to transgender individuals.

Mercedes Williamson: Fear of gang retaliation may have led to transgender teen's murder
Mississippi prosecutors are seeking evidence that might prove a transgender Alabama teenager was beaten to death because the suspect in her death feared punishment from fellow gang members for engaging in homosexual activity.

Triangle plans for growth despite a big elephant (HB2) in the room
The elephant wasn't seen but roar could almost be heard. In the room if invisible and quiet, the big animal overshadowed the annual "State of the Research Triangle Region" event. HB2 - the controversial lesbian, gay, transsexual, bisexual or LGBT bill - wasn't mentioned directly. But allusions were clear, and in interviews executives agree: House Bill 2, i.e. the bathroom bill, is bad for the state's image as well as economic development.
Cisco tells NC employees: 'Extremely disappointed' in HB2
Maroon 5 Latest Act to Cancel Concert in NC Over Anti-LGBT Law

Living transgender: Life beyond the confines of a pronoun
Allison Scott tried to kill herself when she was 10. The Asheville native wrapped a cord from a vacuum cleaner around her neck and choked herself so hard that she passed out.

Crazed Preacher Harasses School Children in Transphobic Hate Speech
As the battle for transgender rights increases in America more and more 'Christians' have entered the fight in order to decry equality and demonise victims of transphobic hate in a bid to turn America into a country whose laws are dictated by religious values.

Oklahoma wants to impeach Obama over where trans kids pee
Anxiety over the non-existent problem of transgender students posing a danger to other children in public school bathrooms and locker rooms has boiled over in Oklahoma.
Lawmakers file bills opposing Obama's transgender guidance
Oklahoma’s Plan To Impeach Obama And Keep Transgender Kids Out Of Bathrooms

Gresham-Barlow School District agrees to pay transgender teacher, add gender-neutral bathrooms after complaint
The Gresham-Barlow School District has agreed to pay $60,000 and make sweeping changes across its nearly two dozen campuses after a transgender elementary school teacher complained of more than a year of harassment from coworkers.

Ambler adopts LGBT antibias law
A Montgomery County borough passed an ordinance May 17 establishing a human relations commission that recognizes 13 protected classes, including sexual orientation and gender identity.
Lower Merion schools unanimously pass transgender policy

Suit challenges state's birth-certificate policy
A federal lawsuit was filed May 13 that seeks to end a state policy requiring trans people to undergo gender-confirmation surgery before the gender on their birth certificate will be changed.

Some concerned, some not about restrooms for transgender students at Pine-Richland
Some parents expressed concern about their children’s privacy. Others voiced concern for transgender students. In contrast, some students said they didn’t see the issue as a concern at all.

How do school districts handle transgender issues?
Some officials said a federal letter outlining how schools should offer equal access to transgender students won't affect them much.

State Rep. Ajello Says RI Transgender Discrimination Laws Offer Ample Protection
A Providence lawmaker says Rhode Island doesn’t need explicit protections for transgender people to use public bathrooms. State Representative Edith Ajello said the state’s current law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of gender identity provides enough protection for transgender people in the state.

Sumter Schools Postpones Decision on Transgender Bathrooms
Sumter school board requests more time to talk about the transgender bill.

Mayor Barry Appoints First Transgender City Board Member
Mayor Megan Barry appointed Nashville's first transgender woman, Marisa Richmond, to the Metro Human Relations Commission.

Corker, Alexander criticize Obama over transgender bathroom decree
U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., has joined with U.S. 25 other Senate Republicans to criticize the Obama administration's decision to issue guidance to the nation's public schools on how to treat transgender students when it comes to use of bathrooms, locker rooms and show facilities.

ACLU files complaint over Sumner schools' transgender bathroom policy
The ACLU has filed a federal complaint over Sumner County Schools’ transgender bathroom policy.

Herbert says transgender restroom directive may harm children
Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday that he is concerned that a directive from the Obama administration regarding the use of school restrooms by transgender students could exacerbate the bullying of those children.

Grayson County Public Schools adopts new policy over bathroom use by transgender students
Students in Grayson County will now only be allowed to use the bathrooms and locker rooms of the gender listed on their birth certificates.

Many Schools Were Ready For Transgender Ruling
Many school districts were prepared for the federal government's directive two weeks ago concerning transgender students using bathroom facilities for which they identify themselves.

Wyoming School District Stalls On Transgender Student Policy
No schools in Wyoming have a policy protecting transgender students. In Laramie, the district has been working to formulate one. But amid national debate, that local policy may be stalled.