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Sex-change doctor swops bow ties for string of pearls

Colin Bone used to be known for his collection of 80 bow ties and trademark bowler hat. But since becoming the first Health Service gynaecologist to change gender, Mr Bone - now Miss Celia Macleod - has had to adjust his dress sense. Miss Macleod was pictured for the first time yesterday wearing a stylish patterned outfit and a string of pearls.

What Flows From Transsexuals Changing Legal Sex?

If transsexuals change their official gender, they can marry someone of their former sex, and they can have children by adoption. If their changed sex is female, they enjoy all women’s rights guaranteed by law.

Gender-bender theme irks Frontier parent

A Frontier Middle School parent balked this week at a seemingly benign school ritual: A "boy-girl switch day," in which students are encouraged to don clothes associated with the opposite sex, in the name of fun.

Transgender athletes welcome at Montreal's Outgames

Sports officials expect at least 50 transgender athletes at this summer's Outgames in Montreal. Organizers have worked out a policy to include them in all sports, for the first time at an international competition.

Trans minority youth at high risk for HIV

A study in the Journal of Adolescent Health shows that male-to-female transgender ethnic-minority youths commonly engage in high-risk sexual activities that put them at risk for HIV infection.

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.

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.


A Bronx cop with a history of violent attacks on transvestite prostitutes has been busted again - in the knifepoint sexual assault of a hooker in his car, police said yesterday.


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.

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.

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."


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.

Proposal would add `gender identity' to Bloomington's ordinance

Protections for transgender people might be added to the city's human rights code under a proposal the City Council is expected to consider next month.

Let doctors--not politicians--determine "medical necessity".

This system is in place to determine which treatments, if any, are "medically necessary" and appropriate.

Guatemalan Gays, Transgenderds Victims Of Deadly Attacks

The Guatemalan government is accused of doing little or nothing to stem a growing number of violent attacks on gays and the transgendered. Human Rights Watch, an international organization based in New York, suggests at least some of the violence has been carried out or instigated by police.

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