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Titlesort descending Date
The Right to Divorce
The New York Times
6/6/2009
6/6/2009"When C.C. married C.M. in Massachusetts in 2005, they expected the marriage to be forever. The lesbian couple, who lived together on the Upper East Side, had been in a relationship for five years... But tensions set in, straining the marriage. There were health and financial issues, and the 'stress of a same-sex marriage.'

The Walls Are Tumbling Down 2/24/2012
"Although we still have a long way to go, it would be hard not to draw the conclusion that February 2012 is the month that the walls came tumbling down and the march toward marriage equality in this country became unstoppable."

Marriage

Thinking About California. Maybe Gonna Get Married.
The New York Times
5/18/2008
5/18/2008"As soon as the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that gay men and lesbians had a constitutional right to marry, my partner and I started getting the calls: When would we head West to get hitched?

Today in Texas History: Court strikes down sodomy law
The Houston Chronicle
6/26/2010
6/26/2010 "On this date in 2003, the Supreme Court, in a landmark decision, repealed Texas' 'Homosexual Conduct' law, in a 6-3 decision, declaring laws against sodomy unconstitutional.

Tom-Boys Allowed; Jane-Girls Not Allowed
Pam's House Blend
12/12/2007
12/12/2007

Transgender Rights | Teens & Young Adults

Tools Against Homophobic Bullying
The New York Times
10/1/2010
10/1/2010

Teens & Young Adults

Towleroad Guide to the Tube #541: ENDA Testimony Edition
Towleroad
9/23/2009
9/23/2009"The House Education and Labor Committee held its first full committee hearing on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act today. Here is testimony from eight witnesses."

Employment and Rights in the Workplace | Transgender Rights

Transgender Candidate Who Ran as Woman Did Not Mislead Voters, Court Says
The New York Times
10/6/2008
10/06/2008"The Georgia Supreme Court ruled Monday that a transgender politician did not mislead voters by running for office as a woman."The court dismissed a lawsuit filed by two opponents of the politician, Michelle Bruce, who was born Michael Bruce, that said she disguised her sex while seeking re-election last year in Riverdale, Ga.

Transgender Rights

Transgender employee fired by state awaits ruling
The Atlanta Journal Constitution
2/3/2011
2/2/2011 "Vandy Beth Glenn still has the box she packed more than three years ago after being told to empty out her office. "Though the legislative editor -- hired as a man in 2005 and fired roughly two years later after informing a supervisor she was undergoing gender transition -- was reinstated last August, the box remains untouched.

Transgender Employee Rehired but Won't Be Working
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
8/6/2010
8/6/2010 "Vandy Beth Glenn has her job back—with salary, benefits and seniority—but she won't be returning to work.

Employment and Rights in the Workplace | Transgender Rights

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