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As advances with the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance attract attention from local and mainstream outlets, GLAAD urges the media to be mindful of the myths and the facts.
Today, somewhere in Arizona, four people are on their bikes fighting for a cause.
University of California Davis has put in place a new preferred name service option for students.
Tuesday, March 18, the Israeli parliament passed a law that prohibits discrimination in schools against students based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.
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.
California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill into law that will allow transgender people in the state easier access to changing the name and gender marker on their legal identification.
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Media Matters for America debunks myths and highlights facts about ENDA as this important bill advances in the Senate.
With the need for trans visibility at an all time high, Noah Alvarez, co-founder of WeHappyTrans.com, explains why trans rights are civil rights and asks "When Will We Get It Right?"
Every #LGBT and ally vote is necessary this election. With marriage equality on the ballot in four states and numerous other local measures impacting LGBT families on ballots around the country, it's important for everyone to protect your right to vote.