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Transgender Woman Kara Brault faces 3 years for torching an occupied police car

Transgender Woman Kara Brault faces 3 years for torching an occupied police car

A French prosecutor has asked that anarchist Kara Brault an American Transgender woman be sentenced to three years for her part in setting an occupied police car on fire during a riot in 2016. Once Kara Brault has completed the sentence according to the terms set by the prosecutor she would then be barred from […]

Church of England votes to bless transgender lives

Church of England votes to bless transgender lives

Imagine awakening one Sunday morning joining with your family at church for a special service to celebrate your authentic gender?  A coming out like never before is taking place at the Church of England, the third largest Christian communion in the world. Blessed by your church you would find yourself confident, spiritually empowered and ready to […]

Autocarro do ódio transfóbico detido em Madrid

Autocarro do ódio transfóbico detido em Madrid

Um autocarro com um transfóbico discurso discriminatório foi posto a circular pelas ruas de Madrid por um grupo de ódio espanhol, o Hazte Oír, mas rapidamente foi posto fora de combate pela reação, que não se fez esperar. A Associação das Famílias de Crianças Transsexuais Chrysallis lançou em Janeiro passado a campanha “Há meninas com […]

School Cancels Visit From Trans Author Calling It ‘Inappropriate’

School Cancels Visit From Trans Author Calling It ‘Inappropriate’

The multi-award winning author Juno Dawson has had her visit to a Catholic school cancelled because she’s transgender. Dawson has been visiting schools across the UK to promote her latest book, ‘Margot and Me’, and was due to visit Brownedge St. Mary’s Catholic High School in Preston, Lancashire.  However, just 48 hours before her visit […]

Right Wing reaction to Children’s book is fostering Trans-Panic says author

Right Wing reaction to Children’s book is fostering Trans-Panic says author

A new book, ‘Can I Tell You About Gender Diversity?’,  by CJ Atkinson has received criticism from politicians and right wing newspapers such as the Daily Mail. The book, which has already been introduced to some primary schools as a learning resource to students, parents and teachers, follows the character of Kit, who was assigned female […]

LGBT+ Bullying At High Rate In Scottish Schools

LGBT+ Bullying At High Rate In Scottish Schools

LGBT Youth Scotland has announced that LGBT+ students are facing increased bullying at schools throughout the country. The group has reported that students have said that they are not confident in reporting the abuse they have been receiving, and that that strong leadership from school leaders and local authorities is needed to tackle the issue. […]

Trans student hangs herself after filing complaint with college

Trans student hangs herself after filing complaint with college

Transgender woman Gabriel Tinto, 51, was found hanged a week after submitting a bullying complaint to Wiltshire College, Salisbury, UK. In her last facebook entry, she said “Getting frustrated about my voice again, it’s the first thing people judge me by and instantly marks me as trans and the most common reason my gender is […]

Transgender Firefighter Katie Cornhill raising awareness and funds at Great South Run

Transgender Firefighter Katie Cornhill raising awareness and funds at Great South Run

Transgender firefighter Katie Cornhill will be running in the Great South Run on October 23rd fundraising for the Fire Fighters Charity to help support programs that include rehabilitation, recuperation, psychological and nursing. The Great South Run first held in 1990 is held in Portsmouth, United Kingdom providing an intermediate distance between the ten kilometre and […]

Trans Notes from a Small Island: United Through Pride

Trans Notes from a Small Island: United Through Pride

September in the Channel Islands has seen three firsts: the first pan-island Pride, the first Equality & Diversity Awards and the first award by a tribunal of compensation for hurt and distress from discriminatory behaviour in the workplace. Pride was a truly pan-island event this year with a whole week of celebrations in both the […]

Leicester Pride apologizes for pain caused by staff’s trans defamation

Leicester Pride apologizes for pain caused by staff’s trans defamation

While enjoying Leicester Pride one of our contributors, Amy Walker, chanced upon a very disturbing sight. One of the Pride’s volunteers had ‘tranny’ emblazoned along with their name on their outfit. Amy posted on the Pride’s Facebook wall describing very politely about what she had seen but was met with an avalanche of misogynistic and […]

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