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The Trevor Project Condemns Kentucky Legislature’s Passage of Extreme Anti-Transgender Bill, Overriding Governor’s Veto
The bill, which prohibits doctors from providing best-practice medical care to transgender and nonbinary youth, is among the most extreme anti-trans bills in the nation March 29, 2023 — The Trevor Project, the leading suicide prevention organization for LGBTQ young people, condemns SB 150 – an omnibus anti-LGBTQ bill that, while vetoed by the governor, received an override to pass into law by both the Kentucky Senate and House. It aims to: ban doctors from providing age-appropriate medical care to transgender and nonbinary young people, including those who have already been receiving such care; ban trans students from using the…
The Trevor Project Announces New Roundtable Series “Sharing Space” to Amplify the Voices of LGBTQ Young People
Episode One, Out on Friday March 31, Features Daniel Radcliffe To commemorate Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31, the inaugural episode gives transgender and nonbinary youth a platform to discuss their unique lived experiences New York, NY –– March 29, 2023 – The Trevor Project, the leading suicide prevention organization for LGBTQ young people, today released a trailer announcing the upcoming release of “Sharing Space,” a new roundtable series featuring conversations with LGBTQ youth moderated by curious, open-minded adults and allies. The first episode of this educational series will be moderated by longtime supporter of The Trevor Project, Daniel…
The Trevor Project Urges Indiana Governor to Veto Anti-Transgender Medical Care Ban
At least seven transgender medical care bans have been signed into law so far this year, with more advancing in statehouses across the U.S. March 28, 2023 — The Trevor Project, the world’s leading suicide prevention organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people, opposes SB 480, a bill that would ban doctors from providing best-practice medical care to transgender and nonbinary young people across the state, if signed by the governor. “54% of transgender and nonbinary youth in Indiana seriously considered suicide in the past year, and 19% made an attempt. Lawmakers ought to be…