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Jade Logue, 16-Year-Old Child Of ‘Gotham’ Actor Donal Logue, Missing « CBS New York

Jade Logue, 16-Year-Old Child Of ‘Gotham’ Actor Donal Logue, Missing « CBS New York:

“The NYPD is asking for the public’s help in locating the missing child of ‘Gotham’ star Donal Logue.

Arlo Logue, 16, is transgender and goes by Jade. She was last seen leaving her home Monday afternoon on her way to Barclays Center in Brooklyn to meet a friend.”

Why Transgender People Suffer from ‘ID Anxiety’ | Time.com

Driver Licenses for Transgender People Need Options | Time.com:

“For trans people, ‘ID anxiety’ can be an almost daily occurrence. As a gender nonconforming writer and producer, I travel at least once a month to make appearances at events or perform at colleges and universities. Each time I go through TSA, I take a deep breath and say a prayer that the officer at the podium won’t take one look at my dress, then the ‘M’ on my driver’s license, and decide that I need to be held for more thorough questioning.”

The Vicious Anti-Trans Bill That Might Become Law in Washington, a True Blue State

The Vicious Anti-Trans Bill That Might Become Law in Washington, a True Blue State:

“I-1552 effectively removes protections for transgender people in restrooms, locker rooms, and homeless shelters. The group behind it is fighting hard to get it on the state ballot.”

(Via. Daily Beast)

Proposed ACA Repeal Risks Health Care for LGBTQ People | Human Rights Campaign

Proposed ACA Repeal Risks Health Care for LGBTQ People | Human Rights Campaign:

“The passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was a health care milestone for the LGBTQ community. Section 1557 of the ACA, a groundbreaking non-discrimination provision has proven transformational for transgender and gender non-conforming people seeking health care. In May 2016, the Department of Health and Human Services published regulations interpreting Section 1557 as expressly protecting individuals from discrimination on the basis of gender identity and sex stereotyping.”