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10yr old transgender child fights to have gender removed from birth certificate
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I’ve always been a girl, even when I was considered a boy,” says 10-year-old transgender child, Harriette Cunningham. “In my dreams I was never a boy.” Harriette is transgender, born a boy but identifies as a girl. About a year ago, Harriette fully transitioned, legally changing her name from Declan, wearing only female clothes and… read more »

Breakthrough Ruling in Favor of Transgender Student
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Today, Maine’s highest court ruled that denying a transgender girl the use of the girls’ restroom at her school violated her rights under Maine’s Human Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination against transgender people. The decision in GLAD’s lawsuit Doe v. Clenchy marks the first time a state court has ruled that transgender students must be… read more »

What Happens When Your Son Tells You He’s Really A Girl
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This week’s Maclean’s cover story looks at a small but growing number of Canadian children who are transitioning from their gender at birth based on their sexual anatomy to something else—boys to girls, girls to boys, or to a more ambiguous identity—in the way they dress and behave. Look for the full story on newsstands now,… read more »

About a Girl: Coy Mathis’ Fight to Change Gender
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Detailed article about Coy Mathis’ extraordinary journey   About a Girl: Coy Mathis’ Fight to Change Gender By the time Coy Mathis was four years old, he knew one thing was for sure: that he wasn’t a boy Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/news/about-a-girl-coy-mathis-fight-to-change-change-gender-20131028#ixzz2jE0CjHAy Follow us: @rollingstone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook

I’m a transgender woman, and this is what it’s like
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An article which featuring a personal journey and self discovery and questioning how we define male/female. Featuring… To the edge and back: journey to transition The why: one theory with reference link I know who I am: a look into “what constitutes a “real woman?” thoughtful and argumented look into challenging how we think of… read more »