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While transgender political hopefuls still face opposition and ad hominem attacks, those who have run before say things have changed rapidly.
Talk about how transgender characters in movies and on TV are often the target of bullying.
Mutch is hoping an open door, straightforward approach will help him guide Chase Brexton through an unusually tense time for the iconic organization that has served the lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender population for four decades.
Another well known Charlotte family has joined the Belks in supporting the state’s first homeless shelter for lesbian, gay and transgender youths: The Levines.
Her mission is to help protect transgender children from hate, and give them a chance at living normally.
Democrats took up the cause of women, transgender people and a new generation of immigrants.
Patrick put the blame on Republican House Speaker Joe Straus, a business-friendly moderate who has rebuked calls for the bill targeting transgender people all session.
Each service, and each service academy, is expected to issue its own guidelines for accessions later this month, so that transgender people may enlist, or enroll in school, beginning July 1.
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