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'Transparent' Cast in PSA for Trans Student Gavin Grimm

'Transparent' Cast in PSA for Trans Student Gavin Grimm

Mar 12
The PSA continues to illuminate how important Gavin's case has become as a rallying point for Americans everywhere, and features the testimony and heartfelt reflections of "Transparent" cast members

Wilton Manors to Consider Flying Transgender Flag

Wilton Manors to Consider Flying Transgender Flag

By Michael d'Oliveira | Mar 5
In response to the Trump administration's recent actions regarding the transgender community, activist and transgender ally Michael Rajner asked commissioners to fly the Transgender Flag as a show of support.

NYC Protests Trump Transgender Bathroom Policy

NYC Protests Trump Transgender Bathroom Policy

Feb 25
Demonstrators gathered in New York City to protest the Trump administration's new guidance on bathrooms for transgender individuals.

SF Advocates Propose Trans Historic District

SF Advocates Propose Trans Historic District

By Matthew S. Bajko | Nov 27
A group of LGBT advocates in San Francisco wants to create the country's first transgender historic district in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood.

Transgender Inmates in N.C. Face Review Board, Not Simply 'Separated and Segregated'

By Jeff Taylor | Nov 26
Public accommodations for transgender citizens is also a concern in the prison system.

Estrogen Shortage Crisis Continues, Leaving Transgender Women Hurting

By Jeff Taylor | Nov 5
Transgender and menopausal women continue to suffer from a nationwide shortage of injectible estrogen, which began in 2014 when high doses of Delestrogen began to dwindle.

The 'T' in Politics

By Patrick Hagerty | Oct 30
EDGE speaks with activist Sarah McBride, the first transgender female to speak at a Democratic National Convention, and activist Sharron Cooks, the only African-American transgender female DNC delegate.

Meeting the Civil Legal Needs of LGBT People

By Lonnie Powers | Oct 15
Low-income LGBT people have legal needs related to a host of issues, but their economic and legal struggles are often compounded by, if not the direct result of, an added layer of anti-LGBT bias.

Berkeley Sued in Trans Woman's Death

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 2
The family of a transgender woman who died during a 2013 encounter with Berkeley police is fighting to keep a federal lawsuit against the city and several officers alive.

HBO Doc 'Suited' Shows Trans/genderqueer Dressing For Success

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Jul 31
HBO's fascinating, sometimes touching new documentary "Suited" dispels numerous myths about transgender people - the film might even open a few doors for this newly emerging community.

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