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The Week In Transgenderism 7/5/16

| Jul 5, 2016 | 1 Reply

Here it is, it’s come to save the day! It’s The Week In Transgenderism. First off we wish you a happy 4th of July if you are a U.S. citizen. Then, what do we learn from the news? Two trans women named Misty are running for office in Utah. The Pentagon has announced that trans soldiers can serve openly and the blowback has begun. A boy who plays with princess toys makes a well rounded adult man. Research on just how many trans people live in the U.S. The woman who spent 8 days in jail when the hotel staff thought she was a hooker gets a settlement. Pakistani clerics order people to treat trans people better. All that plus more! And of course, a batch of TWIT Awards, are waiting for you in TWIT!

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The Pentagon’s Transgender Problem

| Aug 26, 2013 | 1 Reply

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell may be a thing of the past for gays and lesbians in the military but for transgendered people who want to serve or are currently in the armed forces there is no shield from a sudden discharge if they come out as TG. And recent studies have indicated that transgendered soldiers and veterans are prone to depression and suicide, and they aren’t being treated well by the VA when they leave the service. Dee Levy writes about the Pentagon’s transgender problem.

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