Debate over transgender bathrooms in schools continuesWVTM13Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange is encouraging all schools in Alabama to ignore an order from President Barack Obama. That order instructs every school district in the nation to allow transgender students to use the bathroom of the gender they ...
Being transgender: facts, myths and rightsInquirer.netIn this photo taken on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, spectators attending a Trans Day of Remembrance program, react to remarks made about recognition of transgender people, in New York. For a few transgender Americans, this has been a year of glamour ...and more »
Attack of the transgender MarxistsSpectator.co.ukCatherine McGregor, Australia's best-known transgender individual, has exposed the deep rift within the transgender community, and the extreme radicalism of the Safe Schools Coalition. In an article published last week, McGregor highlighted the ...
Transgender advocate speaks out against bullyingStuff.co.nzMary Haddock-Staniland still remembers being bullied at the Matamata school she went to and being yelled at on the street. The well known transgender personality, who transitioned from male to female at age 18, said her fellow school peers were nasty.
'No one has approached us about opposite sex bathrooms'Hometownlife.comWhile Michigan legislators are grappling with laws affecting transgender students and the bathrooms they use, Garden City High School offers students the use of a unisex bathroom in the main office. GCHS Principal Sharon Kollar said there's an open ...
Transgender Del. inmate now getting hormone therapyWashington TimesWILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - A transgender Delaware inmate has become the first in the state to begin hormone therapy in prison. The News Journal of Wilmington (http://delonline.us/1WQVKlt) reports that Kai Short last month became the state's first ...and more »
Transgender bathroom bill is bad for Michigan's soulMLive.comA bill would require parental notification when students prefer to use restrooms other than those that correspond with their biological sex, as well as control which restrooms those students could use. Pictured is a unisex bathroom on the third floor ...