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ENDA And Hate Crimes Go To The Back Of The Bus

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Last Thursday Jason Bellini of the Daily Beast reported that  the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) had made a deal with the Obama Administration to delay repealing the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) policy in an effort to focus on the federal hate crimes bill and Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). I thought it sounded too good…

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The Transadvocate Video Podcast – GLAAD’s Big Mistake

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Today we discussed the lies forwarded by Christian Conservatives, gender marker changes in Massachusetts,
the ALCU suing Illinois for not changing documentation of people who had SRS outside of the United States, and GLAAD’s misstep of nominating the show “The New Adventures of the Old Christine.”

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TransResistance No More?

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Running for office in 2003, Althea Garrison said that a:

most compelling reason why someone should vote for me is that I am different and unique from the other candidates, when candidates run and loose [sic] elections most of them goes back to their obscurity not me I continue to fight and bring issues to the limelight,

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We’ll Come Back, Really….

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Do It for the GOPper: Republican Presidential Politics Plays to the Faithful

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While the Dems got through with their debates a week back, in the interest of fairness it behooves me to at least give the GOPpers a report with regards to Trans America. Two weeks earlier, they had their first network debate with all candidates currently declared (Fred Thompson is not one of those) in Iowa;…

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The Dirty Dozens

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Hillary Clinton is going to be the next President of the United States and look at all the trans friendly people who are endorsing her campaign. Can you imagine endorsing a candidate that doesn’t support gays and lesbians? Why not? They don’t have a problem supporting Presidential candidates that don’t support transgender people, and why…

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