Monthly Archives: October 2012

U.S. Military Group Picks Trans Woman As Leader

U.S. Military Group Picks Trans Woman As Leader

The new head of the country’s leading LGBT military organization is Allyson Robinson, a former commissioned officer in the Army who most recently worked at the Human Rights Campaign on workplace issues.

Meet Eden Lane, Mainstream Broadcast Journalist Who Happens To Be Transgender

Meet Eden Lane, Mainstream Broadcast Journalist Who Happens To Be Transgender

Eden Lane is the host of Colorado Public Television’s “In Focus with Eden Lane,” a weekly interview program highlighting arts and culture. The program is focused on her interview subjects, but she, too, is sometimes in the spotlight, making history as the only known openly transgender mainstream television broadcaster in U.S., something that Lane says just sort of happened, and was nothing she ever set out to do.

World’s First Female-to-Male Detective Takes a Bow

World’s First Female-to-Male Detective Takes a Bow

Channel Islands imprint, Liberation Publishing, is publishing its first novel, “Black Art” by Vic Tanner Davy, on 1 November 2012; a crime thriller, featuring the world’s first female-to-male transsexual detective.

WPATH Starting Graduate Student Initiative

WPATH

The World Professional Association for Transgender Health is starting a Graduate Student Initiative which will provide a professional home for graduate researchers and young professionals in the field of transgender health.