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New York has passed a law allowing trans and nonbinary New Yorkers to change their names and gender markers on vital documents and state IDs.
Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney reintroduced a bill intended to improve reporting of data on anti-LGBTQ violent crimes.
Demi Lovato said coming out as nonbinary and using they/them pronouns "best represents the fluidity I feel in my gender expression"
ACLU has reportedly been discussing updating federal policy with the administration
John Fillmore insists bill is meant to provide "clarity in government documents" by barring gender-neutral markers on state IDs
Professor at College of Southern Idaho reportedly said her "convictions" wouldn't allow her to use the correct pronouns
Fox News host uses worker's Twitter bio to suggest that CDC recommendations are being influenced by politics
Page uses he/they pronouns and said he finally felt able "pursue my authentic self"
Proceeds from event directly benefit National Binder Exchange Program that links trans males with chest binders
Jesse James Keitel will be the first nonbinary series regular in a prime time show
Bill also requires prison officials to use correct names and pronouns in all interactions with trans and nonbinary inmates
Lawsuit alleges policy violates nonbinary people's right to equal protection under law and their freedom from compelled speech
Dana Zzymm has been fighting for five years to obtain an accurate passport
Microgrants are intended to assist individuals struggling to make ends meet during the ongoing pandemic
Panama does not recognize trans people's gender identity unless they have undergone surgery