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Florencia Trinidad, is an actress, supervedette, comedienne, and TV hostess who was the first Argentinian transgender person to get her name and the gender on her government-issued ID.
GLAAD Board Member and ESPN writer Christina Kahrl had her Cosmopolitan debut and wrote about quotes that inspired her at this weekend's Trans 100.
The US Department of Justice trained law enforcement officers in best practices for serving the transgender community, for the first time ever, last week. Similar trainings will take place for local police departments throughout the country.
Tona Brown is nearly halfway to her $3500 goal to be able to be the first African-American violinist to perform at Carnegie Hall. GLAAD had a conversation with Tona, asking her about her love of music, her advocacy for African-American and transgender musicians, and what she is doing after her historic performance.
The leaders of the International Transgender Day of Visibility, the newly announced Trans 100 list, and the tech-themed Trans*H4ck will be talking about the last week's events on Google+ at 1:00 PM ET today.
Gender Proud launched on International Transgender Day of Visibility. Gender Proud is an advocacy organization working to create a universal right to change one's gender marker without having to undergo any surgeries that may not be wanted or necessary for an individual's transgender identity.