The American Medical Association weighs in — against the ban on military service by out transgender Americans.
A new mini-documentary highlights the uncertain state of existence for an estimated 15,500 transgender Americans currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Eight Senate Republicans supported the effort, but the amendment fell short of receiving the 60 votes needed to pass.
Trans Airmen, as well as other troops, may still end up banned from open service as U.S. military's 'patchwork' of policies perpetuates 'unclear guidance.'
Why is no one discussing or addressing the very real complications that surround open transgender service?
Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced the adoption of a policy revision that adds sexual orientation to its Military Equal Opportunity Policy.