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Today is International Women's Day! Throughout the day and around the world, communities will be honoring the achievements of women and calling for equality.
Today is the first day of Women's History Month, which means it is time to reflect on the past milestones for women, examine the issues facing women today, and celebrate the incredible women who are working to change lives around the world.
A group of local trans advocates are speaking out against the Los Angeles Times for an article about Cassidy Vickers, a transgender woman who was shot and killed in November 2011, titled "Slaying casts light on Hollywood's transgender prostitutes."
Author, professor and GLAAD board member Jennifer Finney Boylan is now a blog contributor to PsychologyToday.com.
A transgender woman in New Mexico has filed a lawsuit against her employer for allegedly forcing her out of her job through anti-transgender harassment and bullying.
Voters in New Hampshire elected the state's first openly transgender lawmaker, Stacie Laughton. She will serve Ward 4 in the New Hampshire House of Representatives.
Film director Lana Wachowski gave a moving acceptance speech upon receiving the Human Rights Campaign's Visibility Award.
Trans advocate Janet Mock is featured in The Huffington Post's Gay Voices Section as 'LGBT History Month Icon of the Day.'
Police are investigating the murder of Kyra Kruz, a 27-year-old transgender woman and advocate in Philadelphia.
A 19-year-old was found stabbed to death in Chicago, blocks from the shooting of Paige Clay, a transgender woman of color.