WATCH: Trans Teen Jazz Jennings Is the New Face of Clean & Clear

WATCH: Trans Teen Jazz Is the New Face of Clean & Clear

The 14-year-old author, advocate, and TV star just added one more credit to her CV: She’s the face of Clean & Clear’s new ‘See The Real Me’ campaign.

Trans Folks Respond to 'Bathroom Bills' With #WeJustNeedtoPee Selfies

Responding to Transphobic Bills: #WeJustNeedtoPee

A viral social media campaign reveals what trans people are really in the bathroom to do — and it's not as scary as right-wing politicians suggest. 

D.C. Police Appoint First Trans Woman to Lead LGBT Liaison Unit

This Trans Woman Now Leads D.C.'s Police LGBT Liason Unit

Trans advocates are cheering the appointment of Sgt. Jessica Hawkins, but say that she will still face an uphill battle to build trust with D.C.'s trans communities and law enforcement.

U.S. Marine Charged with Murder of Filipina Trans Woman May Receive Plea Bargain

U.S. Marine Charged with Trans Filipina's Murder Could Get Plea Bargain 

Jennifer Laude's family has declared they will not consider any deal in which Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton avoids jail time.

Trans Teen Jazz Jennings & Family To Have a TLC Series This Summer

The show will follow Jazz as she deals with "dating, sleepovers, as well as avoiding male puberty, all while she prepares to enter high school in the fall."

Minnesota Republicans Seek to End Trans-Inclusive Sports Teams

Republicans Want to End Trans-Inclusive Sports in Minnesota

New bills introduced in Minnesota would reverse a trans-affirming policy enacted last year by an overwhelming majority of board members for the state's high school athletic league.

Op-ed: 'All Lives Matter' But We Must Prioritize Trans Women of Color

 'All Lives Matter' But We Must Prioritize Trans Women of Color

White activists need to help stop the 'genocide of trans women of color.' First step: listen.

#TBT: When Cross-Dressing Was a Crime

#TBT: When Cross-Dressing Was a Crime

Over 40 American cities passed antidrag laws in the late 1800s. How did that shape the definition of gender normality?  Arresting Dress: Cross-Dressing, Law, and Fascination in 19th Century San Francisco explains.

Texas Doubles Down on Transphobic Legislation, Adding $2,000 Fine for 'Wrong' Bathroom Use

Texas Doubles Down on Transphobic Legislation

A bill introduced in the Texas House today would award cisgender students who shared a bathroom with a trans student $2,000, in addition to legal fees, for any 'mental anguish' the cisgender student suffered.

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