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Oklahoma joins the fray of anti-transgender legislation. READ MORE.
Margaret Middleton, a Boston-based designer, says, "But I quickly realized that it wasn't just queer families who were being left out in museums: single parents, adoptive families, foster families and families with divorced parents weren't taken into consideration." READ MORE.
The stakes are too high; the prospects of a Trump presidency are plain and simply too dangerous. However, we can't throw the questionsconcerns raised by the Sanders campaign out with the proverbial bath water. These voices, although dissonant and divisive, must be heard, digested, evaluated and part of an inclusive political process moving forward. READ MORE.
I had once erroneously thought that 2014 or 2015 was going to be the year of "pee politics," with clashes over trans bathroom rights taking up a fair amount of the time spent in fighting for transgender rights. Little did I know what 2016 had in store. READ MORE.
Life started out simple, or so it seemed. There were two boxes -- femalegirl and maleboy. READ MORE.
On April 19, 2016, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals became the first United States federal court to hold that the U.S. Department of Education's interpretation of Title IX (the federal civil rights law the prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex) and the issue of transgender students and restrooms must be followed by the federal courts. READ MORE.
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