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NCTE Lauches New ID Documents CenterNCTE Lauches New ID Documents Center In 2011, The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) conducted a National Transgender Discrimination Survey. NCTE found that 40% of transgender people couldn’t update their identity documents, and 90% reported their ID documents weren't consistent across the board. So for the past year, NCTE developed an interactive...

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Video: Jazz Jennings Interviewed by Meredith VieiraVideo: Jazz Jennings Interviewed by Meredith Vieira Recently, 14th year old Jazz Jennings was interviewed by Meridith Vieira, regarding Jazz's latest Clean & Clear Commercial. Watch Jazz retell her life story about being bullied, and how she makes a difference and is creating change for the kids struggling with suicide within the transgender community. Source:

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Bill Now Requires Trangender People To have Their Papers Before Using The RestroomBill Now Requires Trangender People To have Their Papers... A bill that would ban transgender people from using their preferred public bathrooms has now made its way through its second committee, but not without some changes. The bill has been amended to make an exception for some transgender people who have legally changed their gender on government documentation. In essence, it...

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5th Annual Transgender Medical Symposium5th Annual Transgender Medical Symposium The 5th Annual Transgender Medical Symposium is May 14–15, 2015 at the Embassy Suites, 1100 SE 17th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33316. The Symposium will provide state-of-the-art medical information to medical, mental health, and licensed allied health professionals in addressing culturally sensitive care and treatment...

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Raquel Sapien Shares Her Life as an Openly HIV-Positive, Trans ActivistRaquel Sapien Shares Her Life as an Openly HIV-Positive,... Raquel Sapien was diagnosed with HIV while she was en route to serve a six-year prison sentence. Even though Raquel is a transgender woman, she served her time in a men's prison. After her diagnosis, she told no one for fear of being treated badly by fellow prisoners. For the rest of her prison term, she was silent...

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Josie Romero: Living A Transgender Childhood

Category : Trans Youth

It’s unclear how many children around the world have felt trapped in their own bodies the way 11-year-old Josie Romero has struggled with hers. Born a boy but living socially as a girl since age 6, Josie is just one of 10,000 children who have significant gender identity problems, according to one popular estimate. Other experts say it’s closer to one in 1,000, but nevertheless their relatively small population has generated much controversy and media attention recently.

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