This is good news for the transgender community in Minnesota since the Department of Education has decided to fight bullying of LGBTQ students by approving a new toolkit. This will allow all public and charter schools to welcome non-binary students under the best conditions.
A few days ago, the Senate approved the anti-trans bill in Texas. As you know, a similar bill existed in North Carolina, but the battle continues. A lawsuit is under way. A few days ago, two other complainants, ACLU and Lambda Legal, joined. They rightly assert that the law that replaced HB 2 is still discriminating against LGBT people.
Michaela Mendelsohn, CEO of one of the largest El Pollo Loco franchises in the country and the founder of the California Transgender Work Project (CTWP) - a program formed with the mission of promoting a trans positive work climate throughout the state of California, is speaking up about President Trump’s decision to ban transgender individuals from the military.
In Texas, the anti-trans bill advances a little more. The Senate Bill 3, which would legalize discrimination against transgender people, has received approval from the State Affairs committee and the Senate.
The owner of a Pennsylvania wedding dress store, W.W. Bridal Boutique, refused to serve a lesbian couple because her Christian faith does not allow her to "believe in that."