Through this article, I want to give a shout-out to Yaisah Micaela Val who, with her husband, helps transgender young people and advocates for more tolerance in Haiti.
Good news! The World Health Organization (WHO) has finally stopped considering gender dysphoria, and thus being a transgender person, as a mental health disorder. WHO wants to fight stigma and discrimination of trans people around the world.
Transgender activist Michaela Mendelsohn was selected to be the state and national recipient of the Faces of Diversity Award.
The Church of Sweden will replace “he” and “Lord” from services, hymns and publishings with gender-neutral terms. This decision provoked a lot of reactions.
SMIRNOFF announces the next chapter of their “We’re Open” initiative. Bringing together leading non-binary artists and performers. Together with LGBT Foundation, the campaign aims to spark conversation, create positive change in nightlife culture and lead a movement to make it a more open-minded and socially inclusive space.
Leading LGBTI and women’s equality organisations in Scotland have today welcomed the launch of the Scottish Government’s consultation on improving the Gender Recognition Act 2004.
Now announcements in the New York subway will be gender-neutral. This is part of the change policy planned by the company that manages the transportation.
Brighton Village Metropolitan Community Church has appointed the first ever non-binary pastor.
The rights for transgender people are advancing in Greece. A new law allows them to legally change their gender with a simple declaration.