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Transgender Day of Remembrance - Remembering Our Trans Dead
November 15, 2014
"I have always been more for celebrating accomplishments and victories and I have never really loved the Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR), to be honest," said Helen Kramer, author of My Husband Betty, to LGBT Weekly. "I know so many vibrant, interesting, awesome trans people, and it upsets me that there are so many people who only first learn of the [trans] community through these violent deaths." more . . . .
 
There's No Guarantee the Supreme Court Will Take Another Marriage Equality Case
November 10, 2014
Now that a dissident federal appeals court has upheld same-sex marriage bans in four states, legal commentators say intervention by the U.S. Supreme Court -- to resolve the conflicts among lower courts and set a uniform constitutional standard on the right to marry -- is very likely. But it's not inevitable. more . . . .
 
Comparing the Sixth Circuit Marriage Equality Ruling to The Others
November 9, 2014
The AP has a great breakdown of the Sixth Circuit marriage equality smack down versus earlier cases. more . . . .
 
Op-ed: Why Are The Advocate's Commenters So Transphobic?
November 7, 2014
If you've ever read the comment sections of an article that was written by a trans person or is about transgender people on an LGBT publication's website, you've seen an incredible amount of hatred. Maybe you've personally even left a disparaging comment or 50 about trans people in general or the trans author in particular. Why the h-e-double-toothpicks is that? more . . . .
 
Three Lessons from the Midterm Election Results for LGBT Equality
November 6, 2014
Although likely disheartening for many Towleroad readers, the 2014 election results may offer both tests and even some opportunities on our long journey to equality. The media postmortem today is pretty standard: some are calling it a Republican "wave"; thoughtful pieces are reminding us that such a conclusion is a bit over the top. Some are fawning over how the Republicans did it, others are reminding us that it was a lot of money, a lot of fear, a dash of Ebola, a whole lot of nonsense, and a health dose of Obamizing local races. Chris Johnson has a fine piece up at the Washington Blade on what the election may mean for LGBT equality. more . . . .
 
 
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