Interview: Abby Stein talks about being a transgender woman from a Hasidic Jewish community
Abby Stein was born and raised within a Chasidic family of rabbinic descent in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, and recently came out as a woman of trans experience. Her goal now is to raise awareness to people going through a similar experience.
South Carolina businesses speak out, as opponents try to secretly pass anti-LGBT bill
While LGBT opponents try to sneak anti-trans bill S1203 through the Senate General Subcommittee without a public vote, South Carolina businesses are standing up against LGBT discrimination
Tennessee's anti-trans bill laid to rest, but not dead
While the work to not only silence this bill once and for all, but to shift the cultural narrative towards full acceptance, is undoubtedly ongoing, the importance of this moment is not to be understated.
PHOTOS: Overwhelming turnout in opposition to South Carolina's discriminatory bill
"America will not tolerate discrimination against the LGBT community nor will it put transgender people in danger without making the states that passed these laws pay economically."
Interview: Yvo Manuel Vas Dias talks about being a transgender Jewish Buddhist man
In an effort to continually raise awareness and celebrate transgender people, GLAAD has conducted interviews with transgender individuals of faith as part of an ongoing series. This series aims to highlight the reality that transgender people exist across many religions and faiths.
Interview: GLAAD talks to Nicole Garcia, a transgender Latina and future Lutheran minister
In an effort to continually raise awareness and celebrate transgender people. GLAAD has conducted interviews with transgender people of faith as part of an on-going series.