Tag Archive | Trans*
Supreme Court Removes Medical and Judicial Criteria to Change Legal Gender Brazil’s Supreme Court ruled that the government can no longer require transgender people who want their name and gender marker on identification documents changed to undergo medical procedures or subject their decisions to judicial review.
In Britain, on 3 May 2018, local government elections will be taking place across London. The British Government is planning to pilot a new voter identification scheme in polling stations, in Woking, Gosport, Bromley, Watford and Swindon. This would require individuals to bring photo ID with them to be able to vote. Stonewall UK are […]
Welcome to the February 2018 issue of EILE Magazine! In this month’s edition, we have US-based Payson Lewis and Vermillion Road as our musical guests, and a bit of retro with a review of one of Billie Holiday’s albums. We have news of an LGBT-themed film called As The Sun Rises coming up in 2018, by writer […]
A Hong Kong pop star said on Thursday last that she had been denied permission to perform in Malaysia because she campaigns for gay rights, amid criticism from activists of rising intolerance toward the LGBT community in the Muslim-majority nation. Singer Denise Ho, who is openly gay, said Malaysian officials told her promoter that her […]
EILE’s music slot this morning features trans-fronted band, Stunt Lover, with another great track, Fear of Falling, from their concept album, Aldona’s Daughter. The album was released in September 2017, and is now on Bandcamp to stream or download. Members of the alt/punk/rock Dublin-based band are San Peric (bass, backup vocals) Al Soldati (drums) and […]
‘BeLonG To’ have finally launched their brand new website. Their goal was to make it as easy as possible for you to learn about their services, ways to get involved, and find any supports that you need. They’ve also given a huge thanks to their friends at Paypal – Michael, Podge and Antonio. They generously […]
The Equality Campaign of Australia are asking the LGBT community there to share their story by Valentine’s Day, so that any new legislation on religious freedom in Australia, since equal marriage became legal, does not impact badly on the community. Alex Greenwich of the Equality Campaign makes the following points: “Religious Freedom Review The Government […]