A resolution had been passed two years earlier calling for the same action as Frazier’s resolutions—for “gender identity” and “gender expression” to be included in BC’s Notice of Nondiscrimination.
The poster was attributed to “BC Bathroom Access,” and features a link to the group’s website. The website says the group will release fliers each week in April.
The posters included a link to a new bias incident reporting form run by Eradicate BC Racism.
Shane Ortega was not allowed to participate in active duty because he was transgender. He went on to help advocate for the lifting of the ban, which was passed this past July.
Rev. Cameron Partridge is one of seven openly transgender priests in the Episcopal clergy.
The Orange is the New Black actress will speak at BC Feb. 15 about her experience as a transgender woman of color.
‘This Thursday, Nov. 19, is Transgender Day of Remembrance, an annual international commemoration day.’
When caught between what’s right for the community and what’s right for the individual, on which side should we fall?