Search Results: transgender (1679)

[…] students feel unsafe in school. 76% experienced in-person verbal harassment (e.g., called names or threatened) and 31% were physically harassed. Earlier this year, The Trevor Project reported 85% of transgender and nonbinary youth say that recent debates around anti-trans bills have negatively impacted their mental health. GLAAD’s 2022 Social Media Safety Index found severe harassment for LGBTQ […]

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[…] The Washington Post noted: “The second most common reason cited for pulling LGBTQ texts was an explicit desire to prevent children from reading about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, nonbinary and queer lives.” Notably absent from the hearing was the voice of any student, the group most affected by book bans and the harmful messaging […]

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[…] the journey of Tongan fakaleiti/leiti activist Joey Joleen Mataele, with one of the directors being the aforementioned Kumu Hina. The film captures her leading the charge for transgender rights in the Kingdom of Tonga, as Joey is the founder of the Tongan Leitis Association (TLA). Next Goal Wins (2014) — Apple TV The 2014 […]

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[…] that serve as inspiration for the album.” Beyond Uncle Johnny, Beyoncé also collaborated with many Black LGBTQ+ creatives and artists to bring the project to life. Renaissance features  transgender talent TS Madison, bounce artist Big Freedia, samples from Kevin Aviance and the late drag star Moi Renee, song production by DJ Honey Dijon, and mentions Black […]

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[…] about the U.S. civil rights movement, Jewish diarist Anne Frank, and racial justice activists like Martin Luther King, Jr., effectively censoring historical events Allied with the anti- transgender group Gays Against Groomers to promote book bans Spread disinformation about Black queer author George M. Johnson’s critically acclaimed memoir All Boys Aren’t Blue Spread disinformation […]

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[…] mural unveiling and relocation signifies SAGE’s larger effort to support more LGBTQ older people who are historically marginalized, such as Black, Indigenous, or People of Color (BIPOC), transgender, nonbinary, and rural LGBTQ residents. SAGE currently runs five centers across the five boroughs, with each center being distinctive to the cultural histories in its area. […]

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[…] was, are often housed in men’s prisons. She’s worked for multiple HIV/AIDS organizations, lead support groups around the U.S., and was the first executive director of the Transgender Gender-Variant and Intersex Justice Project, a role she held until she retired in 2015. Now 80-years old, Miss Major Griffin-Gracy lives in Arkansas and is one […]

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