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J.K. Rowling publishes new crime novel demonizing trans people

Courtesy of seattletimes.com
October 1, 2020

Famed “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling wrote a new book, released Sept. 15th, and its antagonist is a serial killer whose most defining trait is… crossdressing. Entitled “Troubled Blood,”...

Students need open, accessible spaces

The Diversity Action Committee and Queer and Gender Justice Subcommittee strive to make college facilities more accessible for all genders on campus.
February 19, 2016

“(If) trans and gender nonconforming people don’t have access to educational space because they can’t go pee … you can’t learn, you know?” said LGBTQQA Coordinator Parker Hurley. “It really...

Trans women deserve equality in education

April 17, 2015

“In trans women’s eyes, I see a wisdom that can only come from having to fight for your right to be recognized as female, a raw strength that only comes from unabashedly asserting your right to be...

Colleges making efforts to be more trans-friendly

February 20, 2015

The cause for transgender rights still faces a long journey, but on many college campuses, policies are changing to remove gender identity barriers from campus life. The University of Vermont recently...

Allison making NC history as first trans* party chair candidate

Allison making NC history as first trans* party chair candidate
February 6, 2015

Janice Covington Allison is making history as the first transgender candidate for the North Carolina Democratic Party chair, but the journey is not without roadblocks. Allison made waves in 2012 when...

Society limits transgender children

April 5, 2013

Transgender individuals are often blamed for identifying with the “wrong” gender, but it is society that mistakenly sorts people into two categories. According to the Australian Human Rights Commission,...

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