In honor of Women's History Month, I asked a few of the women at GLAAD or their thoughts on women in the LGBT movement. Here's what they had to say:
News that impacts the transgender community, from transphobic news coverage to positive and uplifting personal stories
The month kicked off with a look at "Mental Health & Biphobia," including the top 10 health concerns for people who are bi. Now, BRC is bringing "Sexual Health" and "Nutrition & Movement" to the forefront.
Geena Rocero, a model, activist, and transgender woman, spoke about her experience at TED 2014.
Jake Eleazer, an Army drill instructor, spoke to Vocativ online magazine about being transgender in the military. Jake has been an exemplary servicemember for the past 8 years but since coming out his military career is uncertain as the administrative separation process has begun.
Elegance Bratton, director of Pier Kids:The Life, has unveiled a second project, a photo book called Bound By Night, that captures a snapshot of the contemporary Ballroom scene.
Snapshots: St. Patrick's Day parade, LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent, ending anti-trans discrimination, and more
Wonder what we’re up to at GLAAD? Be sure to check out GLAAD's Blog each week for updates about our latest work to build support for LGBT equality through news, entertainment, and online media.
Because of California's recently enacted law, AB 1266, transgender students like Pat Cordova-Goff can participate in actvities and facitilites that align with their gender identity. Al Jazeera America highlighted Cordova-Goff's story.