Delta Air Lines says it will start accommodating the chosen identification of nonbinary passengers at some point this year. Other airlines don’t seem to care that much.
Dawn Ennis is a freelance journalist, an on-camera reporter for CTVoice OutLoud on WTNH-TV and the host of “RiseUP With Dawn Ennis.” She also reports for The Los Angeles Blade, Forbes.com, Senior Executive, and Connecticut Voice Magazine.
The political and religious forces hell-bent on stopping trans inclusion in sports, schools, and health care are not giving up their hateful ways. But there is cause for optimism.
Amy Schneider talks about the joy of winning a game show she has always loved, and being visible at a time of rampant transphobia when “representation is needed.”
Terra Field says Dave Chappelle making a donation would make sense “since he cares so much about trans people and cares so much about Ohio, and he’s such an ally to trans people.”
Leading transgender activists say the community needs more than simple recognition. This year is the worst for us in so many ways.
A BBC article that suggests lesbians are being coerced into sex with transgender women is not just wrong, it’s dangerous.
The star of “Roots,” “Star Trek,” and “Reading Rainbow” opens up about his experience auditioning for “Jeopardy!”, his new book, and William Shatner’s flight to space.
This weekend, the National Trans Visibility March takes place, as Texas gets nearer to banning trans teens from sports and Dave Chappelle remains unapologetically transphobic.
Texas Republicans already introduced the greatest number of anti-trans bills in the country this year, more than 40 bills—triple any other state. And they are back at it today.
Laurel Hubbard and Quinn competing in their sports on Monday made for two historic moments. Whether the world of sport becomes fully welcoming to trans athletes remains to be seen.