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H.R. 3685: Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 2007 (GovTrack.us)

H.R. 3685: Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 2007 (GovTrack.us): "Legislation > 2007-2008 (110th Congress)"

Proposed Amendments to HR(3685) by Miller(CA-76) Religous Exemption and Miller(WI)inclusion of transgender peopleTHOMAS (Library of Congress)

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How to plan & execute an HRC Educational Initiative

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Transgender News in 2007 – Colorez Arizona

Transgender News in 2007 – Colorez Arizona

Pundit compares transsexuality to motorcycle ownership.

“She wishes she were male. I wish I had a Harley. Howard Dean wishes he had decaf. Ted Kennedy wishes he had swerved… It’s enabling a delusion, and it’s very, very silly.”Too bad there’s no surgery that will give you a Harley. And why is this man the Policy Director for Concerned Women for America? […]

NATIONAL NEWSRichardson claims best record on gay issues Gay N.M. governor pledges to ask Congress for trans-inclusive ENDA if elected, decries ‘halfway measures’LOU CHIBBARO JR Friday, December 21, 2007Democratic presidential contender Bill Richardson said he would call on Congress to pass a transgender-inclusive employment non-discrimination bill, saying he disagrees with the strategy of Democratic leaders […]

Coming Out and the “F” Word | National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

Coming Out and the “F” Word National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

Being a Transgender

Transgender people are gifted. They are born to give the world, the greatest gifts it needs. read more | digg story