Vermont’s Division of Insurance issued a bulletin effective April 22 that directs insurance companies to end their practice of excluding medically necessary care for transgender people.
While the push toward marriage equality in the U.S. sits in the spotlight, there’s another movement underway, one that’s gaining momentum and promises to grow into a leading political contender: The transgender movement.
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.
Pakistan’s vibrant but shunned transgender community is striking out into politics with individuals contesting elections for the first time.
The Hospital das Clinicas (HC) of São Paulo will be the first in Brazil to implement hormone treatment for transgender teens.
A bill that would make it illegal to discriminate against transgender Canadians was approved by the House of Commons on Wednesday.
On March 9th at 1:15pm, Trans Lives Matter will be partnering with Umpqua Bank to host the workshop, “Banking While Trans 101.”
While speaking at the Transgender Healthcare Seminar in Waterford City, Deputy Jerry Buttimer stated that healthcare professionals in Ireland must be trained in trans health care.
A 30-year-old rights activist is vying to become Ecuador’s first transsexual lawmaker. Diane Rodriguez is seeking to fill a vacant congressional seat as a candidate of the leftist Rupture 25 party in the South American country’s February 17 presidential and parliamentary elections.
Today Ethica Press is launching Transforming Practice: Life Stories of Transgender Men that Change How Health Providers Work, the first book of its kind to demonstrate how health providers might better support those questioning or struggling with gender transition on the trans-masculine spectrum.