The U.S. Pentagon for the first time has officially recognized transgender service members in a significant step being hailed by the LGBT community.
LGBT rights activists in China are launching a campaign to increase transgender visibility through an upcoming event on Friday, May 17.
The Idaho Transportation Department has agreed to new regulations allowing drivers who are transgender to change the sex designation on their driver’s licenses without a note from a surgeon.
Transgender citizens of New Zealand will be able to change their gender on their passports by a simple declaration stating a person’s preferred sex or gender identity and how long they have had that identity.
In 2010, Andy Marra was reunited with her family in Korea, and was moved by the acceptance and support of her mother.
Kalki Subramaniam talks to Shobha Warrier about her journey to becoming a successful social activist and an entrepreneur.
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.
The new mural in Clarion Alley is a tribute to Bay Area trans women activists, done in jewel tones on a background of night sky and stained glass.
Ontario has become the first jurisdiction in Canada to allow transgender people to change the gender on their birth certificates without sex reassignment surgery.
Community organizer Syrus Marcus Ware is the winner of this year’s Steinert & Ferreiro Award, one of the largest cash prizes presented to a Canadian individual in the queer community.