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Organizations working to protect transgender youth from discrimination celebrate today’s announcement...Read full article
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The Trevor Project is proud to announce the additions of three leaders...Read full article
Abbe Land comments on today's social milestone as Facebook broadens its options to select gender and preferred gender pronouns on its English language platforms....Read full article