Allison Palmer, GLAAD's former Vice President of Campaigns and Programs, worked closely with Facebook as the social networking site prepared to greatly expand users' gender identity options. This week, she reflected on the significance of this development in an op-ed for The Advocate's website.
News that impacts the transgender community, from transphobic news coverage to positive and uplifting personal stories
Seventeen year old Pat Cordova-Goff is a senior at Azusa High School in California, member of the cheer squad, student body president, and founder of Azusa High School's Gay Straight Alliance. She is now on her way to be the state's first transgender student to play high school softball on a girl's team.
Snapshots: Latin American advocates delegation, Trans advocates media training, LGBT Russians on Valentine's Day, and more
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While the AP identifies Focus on the Family's Jeff Johnston as merely an "issues analyst," there are a few things you should know before processing his quote.
At 3PM EST today, join trans advocate Janet Mock as she reads live from her New York Times Best Selling memoir, Redefining Realness, and answer questions from you and all participants via Google+.
On Saturday, February 22, the Biola Queer Underground will host a panel about being transgender and Christian, featuring Dr. H. Adam Ackley and Rev. Megan More. Dr. Ackley was asked to resign from teaching at Azusa Pacific University after announcing that he is transgender.
Janet Mock is having quite the month, but there is no doubt that audiences are listening closely to her message and like what they're hearing.