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more gender-neutral facilities on campus

To address growing concerns that Portland State is in need of more gender-neutral bathrooms on campus, plans are in the works to offer more of the bathrooms, and maps showing gender-neutral bathrooms on campus will be provided beginning next week.

Under the radar

Politics: Gay-rights groups are quietly but aggressively advancing their agenda. While the news media focused on immigration last week, California Democrats focused on completing the transmutation of public-school social science curricula into a punctuated series of pro-homosexuality tracts.

For Second Act, a New Identity

America is built on the idea that its citizens can become whatever, and whomever, they want to be. That proposition can lead to staggering transformations -- especially when gender identity is involved.

transsexual murdered in motel

Autopsy results confirmed that a 31-year-old Michigan transsexual found Tuesday in a Motel 6 in Elk Grove Village was a homicide victim. While the medical examiner?s report noted the victim as a white male, police are referring to the victim as a woman.

Transgender Worker Sues Employer For Discrimination

She was an information technology analyst, a good one she says with an outstanding record. In January of last year, she finally told her supervisors she was a transgender. Soon after, she came to work dressed as a woman. Danielle Ryan, transgender employee: "I was told to go home.

Transgender teen's life as a TV movie

Araujo's story is well-known in the Bay Area. She was killed by men who'd had sex with her and were shocked to discover, weeks later, that she was biologically male. The killing drew nationwide attention to transgender youth, and there's little left to say about the crime.


According to the Italian national gay association Arcigay, there will be four gay, lesbian, or transgendered people in the new parliament.


Harvard University, the oldest institution of higher learning in the nation, announced April 11 that it would be adding gender identity to its non-discrimination policy, safeguarding transgender students and faculty.

Transgender Day of Empowerment at The Center

Project S.T.A.R. is a community-based outreach, education and health services program of Family Health Centers of San Diego. It is funded by the California Endowment and targets both transgender-identifying persons in San Diego and health and social service providers who may provide services to transgender persons.

Transsexual UK

Sarah fell in love with Stephen. But Stephen was born a girl. Their wedding is one of hundreds involving sex-change partners since a change in the law

First Sexuality & Gender Rights Clinic

NY - Columbia Law School is creating the nation's first clinical program in sexuality and gender law to provide its students with cutting-edge training in impact litigation, legislative work, and community advocacy.

Tel Aviv man confesses to murdering transsexual, another woman

A Tel Aviv man on Thursday confessed to murdering Israel's first surgically transformed transsexual Yardena Marsh, and of killing another woman. The body of Marsh, 46, was found by her sister on February 15th in her Tel Aviv apartment. Forensic evidence indicated she was dead less than 24 hours before being found.

Ruby Corado on being gender queer in the nation's capital

A self-described "very, very feminine" youngster, the then-teenage Corado slowly entered the D.C. gay scene, discovering a new world in the glitter and glamour of drag. And over the years, what may have started as drag revealed itself to be a part of everyday life.

Liberals' pamphlets 'inciting hatred'

A Tasmanian transgender woman is lodging two complaints with the Anti-Discrimination Commission today about election material she says incites hatred.

Sex changes through the state a go again after policy reversal

OLYMPIA -- The Legislature is having trouble coming to terms with its feelings about taxpayer-financed sex-change operations.

Detroit-area activists form transgender advocacy organization

"The transgender community needs a local advocacy and support organization offering services to improve the quality of their lives."

Dangerous Bill Advancing in State Legislature

House Bill 1233 Senate Draft 1 would legally redefine "sex" from its traditional meaning of "male or female" to mean whatever any individual wants it to mean "regardless of whether [it] is different from that traditionally associated with the person's sex at birth."

Center hires trans woman as director

The new director of the LGBT community center in San Jose, Aejaie Sellers, has a history of growing nonprofit community organizations and she's likely made history as the first transgender person in the country to lead an LGBT community center.


Following the November 2004 repeal of a one-of-a-kind anti-gay law, the Cincinnati City Council voted today to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity and expression in employment, housing and public accommodations. Led by Equality Cincinnati and local leaders and supported by the Human Rights Campaign, the move ensures fairness for Cincinnatians.

Male nurse wants to be a she legally

A male nurse who underwent a sex-change procedure abroad is asking the local court for a legal change in gender to female, but the government prosecutor is against the idea.

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