Transphobic Coalition Files Lawsuit Against Calif. Secretary of State
March 26 2014 6:20 PM ET

Transphobic Coalition Still Fighting Calif. Trans Student Law

Parker Marie Molloy

Despite repeated set backs along the way, Privacy for All Students continues their attack on a California law.

Trans Woman Sues CrossFit After Being Told to Compete in Men's Division
March 10 2014 10:09 AM ET

Ordered to Compete with Men, Trans Woman Sues CrossFit

Parker Marie Molloy

The fitness giant ignores decades of research supporting the 34-year-old CrossFit athlete, relegating her to the men's division.

UPDATE: Trans Student Recants Story of Sexual Assault at Calif. High School
March 04 2014 5:56 PM ET March 04 2014 9:22 PM ET

UPDATE: Trans Student Recants Story of Sexual Assault at Calif. High School

Advocate.com Editors

A transgender student originally told police he was assaulted in a bathroom at his California high school.

Calif. Bills Seek to Ban 'Gay Panic' Defense, Address Other Issues
February 27 2014 10:14 PM ET

Calif. Bills Seek to Ban 'Gay Panic' Defense, Address Other Issues

Trudy Ring

Statewide LGBT right organization Equality California is sponsoring seven bills this legislative session.

Despite Failed Repeal Effort, Transphobic Calif. Coalition Still Fighting
February 25 2014 3:06 PM ET

Opponents Continue Fighting Calif. Trans Student Bill

Parker Marie Molloy

After falling more than 17,000 signatures short of qualifying a repeal measure for a referendum, the anti-LGBT Pacific Justice Institute vows to continue challenging California's Student Success and Opportunity Act.

BREAKING: Calif. Trans Student Law Survives Repeal Effort
February 24 2014 9:46 PM ET

Calif. Trans Student Law Survives Repeal Effort

Parker Marie Molloy

A coalition of transphobic organizations came up more than 17,000 valid signatures short in an effort to put the Student Success and Opportunity Act up for a repeal in November.

Trans Student Hopes to Make High School Softball Dreams a Reality
February 13 2014 12:38 PM ET

Trans Student Aims to Play High School Softball

Parker Marie Molloy

Pat Cordova-Goff never thought she'd have the chance to play sports after coming out as transgender. A recently implemented California law has given her hope.

Calif. Trans Student Facing Battery Charges Enters Restorative Justice Program
February 07 2014 1:16 PM ET

Trans Student Facing Battery Charges Cuts a Deal

Parker Marie Molloy

A 16-year-old transgender girl facing battery charges may avoid jail time after agreeing to enter a restorative justice program.

Calif. Bill Promotes Proper Identification on Trans Death Certificates
January 31 2014 11:25 AM ET

Calif. Bill Promotes Accurate ID on Trans Death Certificates

Parker Marie Molloy

A California lawmaker introduced a bill designed to ensure that deceased transgender individuals are correctly identified on death certificates.

Calif. Trans Student Suspended Following Act of Protest
January 14 2014 11:42 AM ET

Calif. Trans Student Suspended Following Act of Protest

Parker Marie Molloy

A teenage girl was suspended from her California high school for failure to adhere to the dress code for female students in her district, something she did to shine light on mixed messages she's received from officials.

TransTeen Charged With Battery Following Schoolyard Altercation
January 09 2014 6:39 PM ET

WATCH: Trans Teen Charged With Battery After Altercation

Parker Marie Molloy

Jewelyes Gutierrez, a 16-year-old transgender student, has been charged with misdemeanor battery following a lunchtime fight at her high school.

BREAKING: Efforts to Repeal Calif. Trans Student Law Remain Alive
January 08 2014 2:16 PM ET

Efforts to Repeal CA Trans Student Law Remain Alive

Parker Marie Molloy

Efforts to repeal a law designed to protect transgender students remain alive as signature verification cleared one of two hurdles.

California Caterer Refuses to Serve Gay Wedding Over 'Christian Beliefs'
January 08 2014 6:00 AM ET

Caterer Refuses to Serve Gay Wedding Over 'Christian Beliefs'

Daniel Reynolds

Although marriage equality has been restored in California, the denial of wedding services to same-sex couples may still be legal.

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