Tag Archive | Ohio
Yesterday, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) in the US announced its endorsement of eight pro-equality candidates in the Ohio State Legislature. “For too long, anti-equality politicians have held our state back, failing the majority of Ohioans who support fairness, equality and protections for the LGBTQ community. It is critical that we invest in fair-minded, pro-equality […]
The front line in the battle for transgender equality in the United States has moved to Ohio, where campaigners are leading a push for change, after Puerto Rico allowed people to alter their gender on birth certificates. Ohio, Kansas, and Tennessee are the only three US states that do not allow people to determine their […]
An 11-year-old transgender Ohio child must be allowed to continue to use the girls’ restroom while her school district appeals a court ruling in her favor, a U.S. appeals court ruled Thursday. The child, a biological male who identifies as female, has been using the girl’s restroom at a school in the Highland Local School […]
Leelah Alcorn, the transgender teen (17 years old) from Ohio, left a suicide note cued on tumbler, and then walked into traffic, where she was hit by a tractor-trailer just after Christmas. In her note, she criticises her parents, who would not accept her as transgender, and would not let her transition on her 16th […]
The sad case of Ohio transgender girl, Leelah Alcorn (17) has highlighted the need for a rethink in Ireland of the Gender Recognition Bill, in regard to 16 and 17 year-olds. Leelah was refused permission by her parents to transition on her 16th birthday, and wrote in her tumbler suicide note: “I feel like a girl […]
The 9th International Gay Games opening ceremonies are being held today, Saturday, 9th August, in Ohio. The games this year are being hosted by Cleveland and Akron, and continue until 16th of this month.