LGBT, Transgender

‘Transgender’ Could Be Defined Out of Existence Under Trump Administration

 

‘Transgender’ Could Be Defined Out of Existence Under Trump Administration

 

The Trump administration is considering narrowly defining gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth, the most drastic move yet in a governmentwide effort to roll back recognition and protections of transgender people under federal civil rights law.

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Transgender rights lie in the hands of a state’s electorate

 

Transgender rights lie in the hands of a state’s electorate

 

The first-ever statewide referendum in the U.S. on a transgender rights law will be on the ballot in Massachusetts next month.

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“I’m not transphobic, but…”: A feminist case against the feminist case against trans inclusivity

 

“I’m not transphobic, but…”: A feminist case against the feminist case against trans inclusivity

 

This Friday, the 19th October, the Government’s consultation on a proposed reform of the Gender Recognition Act will close. The process has become a focal point for a heated and often toxic debate over what we as a society owe to trans people, and how the claims of the trans community relate to the characteristic commitments and concerns of feminism. In this article, Lorna Finlayson, Katharine Jenkins, and Rosie Worsdale make the feminist case for trans inclusivity.

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LGBT, Transgender

Question 3: A question of transgender rights

 

Question 3: A question of transgender rights

 

A “yes” vote means the law remains and transgender people will continue to be legally protected against discrimination in public places, including bathrooms. A “no” vote means the law is repealed and the legal protection is eliminated.

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LGBT, Transgender

‘Trans Children Deserve Better. It’s Time For Reform.’

 

‘Trans Children Deserve Better. It’s Time For Reform.’

The mother of a trans child and co-founder of the blog Growing up Transgender, alongside her husband, explains why the current Gender Recognition Act makes her daughter less equal and why reforming the legislation is a human right.

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