Today, the New York State Court of Appeals announced that it will allow the Onondaga County District Attorney to retry Dwight DeLee, the man accused of killing a transgender woman, Lateisha Green, in 2008, while overturning his previous conviction.
News that impacts the transgender community, from transphobic news coverage to positive and uplifting personal stories
Through GLAAD and It's On Us, LGBT survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence tell their stories in a moving photo series. Trigger Warning: Themes of sexual assault and intimate partner violence.
The first of its kind, the San Francisco-based Trans Lifeline is a non-profit dedicated to the well-being of transgender people, by and for trans people.
This evening, as part of the sixteenth annual Transgender Day of Remembrance, nationwide memorials will be held to honor those whose lives were lost to acts of anti-transgender violence.
GLAAD interviewed three trans women about their experiences and what Trans Day of Remembrance means to them.
GLAAD @ Work: Acceptance in faith communities, transgender local coverage, justice for Kristene Chapa, and more
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Check out the interactive "Transforming Images: Four Decades of Trans-Inclusive Entertainment" timeline
GLAAD's third annual Trans Images on TV report finds some improvement in trans representation on scripted television, though problems remain.