Duke University Press will begin publishing the first non-medical journal dedicated to transgender studies in 2014.
The cities of Calgary and Edmonton are set to recognize transgender people in Alberta with two upcoming events.
A woman at a Mississauga, Ontario paper box factory who was fired while undergoing gender reassignment has been awarded $22,000 plus eight months pay by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
Nevada lawmakers are making a strong statement that crimes motivated by hatred of someone being a transgender person will not be tolerated in the Silver State.
Deirdre McCloskey, a professor at the University of Chicago at Illinois, is set to be honored by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a leading Washington DC free market/libertarian think tank, with its annual Julian Simon Award at a major dinner event in June.
The U.S. Pentagon for the first time has officially recognized transgender service members in a significant step being hailed by the LGBT community.
The Vancouver Park board has approved a motion aimed at creating more inclusive spaces for trans and gender-variant communities.
The San Diego LGBT Community Center has launched Project TRANS, its transgender services program that offers discussion groups, behavioral health services, HIV prevention services, youth services and more.
Princeton University’s employee health plan will now include coverage for gender reassignment surgery, effective July 1. Discussions about a similar change to the student health plan are still ongoing.
The National Academy of Sciences recently conferred membership on Ben Barres, MD, PhD, a neurobiologist who happens to be a transgender man.