In the recent days UK Labour has spoken more about trans people than it has basically across the entire last decade of the slowly...
The Prime Minister of the UK, Rishi Sunak, is under fire from decent humans due to a leaked video that reveals him making derogatory comments about trans women.
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Here's a quick spin through some trans news that's making the headlines around the world.
The Advertising Code Committee in the Netherlands rules a radio advertisement on the Transgender Act bill as needlessly offensive, following objections.
DCW pushes for better transgender living conditions; only 76 identity certificates issued in Delhi in 3 years, despite over 4,200 trans people in 2011 census.
Rosie Duffield has so many complaints about her transphobia that Labour allegedly has an email folder dedicated to her alone. With staffers reportedly instructed...
On February 6, 2023, over 150 Trans Lives Matter activists gathered at the Oklahoma State Capitol building to protest against a new bill that would restrict access to gender-affirming surgery for minors.
According to a Vice exclusive, the Tavistock Centre is due to shut and the Tory government have, rather predictably, not bothered to ensure services are in place to replace it.
Liberal Democrat MP Christine Jardine recently demonstrated her commitment to trans rights in a heated debate with TalkRadio's Julia Hartley-Brewer. The debate was centered around the issue of trans prisoners and the treatment of trans individuals in the criminal justice system.
Isla Bryson and a handful of other transgender rapists have become major talking points in anti-trans rhetoric led by Scottish Tories who oppose the...
On the 20th of December, I sat down in the Scottish Parliament viewing gallery watching Scottish democracy at work. Almost every MSP sat in the chamber preparing to debate one of the most disputed issues of the last five years - reforms to the Gender Recognition Act.
Self ID in Finland is on the horizon so we asked a Finnish trans writer to tell us about it and the wider context it exists in. Vilja Heikkilä writes;
The Scottish Gender Recognition Reform bill was debated and voted on about a month ago - give or take a day or two. It passed with a majority of 88 to 33 votes and it's been a hell of a month since.