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My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness

 

Written by Nagata Kabi, My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness has been hugely successful and its sequel My Solo Exchange Diary is expected to provoke the same buzz.

Published in Books & Poetry

chloe anderson

 

 

The "Identity" series introduces five trans athletes and tackles the quest for their true identity through sport.

Published in Sport & Yoga

bolivia

 

 

Transgender people of Bolivia will soon be able to officially change their identity (name, sex and gender).

Statistics New Zealand

 

 

New Zealand will now enable recording under the term «gender diverse».

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In Argentina, all hormonal treatments and surgical sex reassignment operations are now free for trangender people.

Michael Nazir Ali

 

 

 

For a retired bishop of the Church of England, children raised by lesbians mothers and fatherless “contributes to delinquency”.

Published in News From Europe
Monday, 13 October 2014 22:03

Being A Queer Jew Is…Well..Queer

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My name is Rebecca Levin and I am a Queer Jew living in Southern California. I am about to embark on A Wider Bridge’s 2014 Israel Trip2014 Israel Trip to rediscover my roots as a Jew and to become more in touch with my queer identity. I’ll detail my journey both through A Wider Bridge and on Lezbelib. This is my story.

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More and more in India parents decide to change the sex of their child and a lot of girls to the birth become boys because the male children have more chances to success in Indian society.

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HB 6599 protecting the transgenders from discrimination was signed by the Governor of Connecticut Dan Malloy.

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HB 6599 protecting the transgenders from discrimination was signed by the Governor of Connecticut Dan Malloy.

Published in Gender
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