What We Missed

Daniel Eison and our own Chloe Angyal on policing gender in figure skating at Sociological Images.
Today is César Chávez Day.
Three women are suing Bank Of America/Merrill Lynch for gender discrimination.
Riders Against Gender Exclusion protest gender markers on Philadelphia public transportation passes. This is an issue for other transgender and gender non-conforming communities as well, including in Chicago.
The same school that won’t let Constance McMillen attend prom also suspended a trans student.

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  1. Dawn.
    Posted March 31, 2010 at 5:23 pm | Permalink

    Re: trans student suspended — That is disgusting. What an unsafe, shitty town for like, ANYONE. It looks like they’re collecting donations for him (he uses male pronouns) to relocate to a town in Florida that is safer and more accepting. If I could afford it, I would totally donate. Anyone who can, should. This is the kind of shit that makes it so hard to be LGBTQI and out.

  2. Sigmund
    Posted March 31, 2010 at 6:50 pm | Permalink

    That school is absolutely infuriating. I remember reading another article about Constance McMillen, and the principle tried to claim he “wasn’t prejudiced” or something along those lines. Clearly, that was total bullshit.

  3. Toongrrl
    Posted April 1, 2010 at 3:00 am | Permalink

    With all the news about crap-ass high schools, I figured we all need to listen to this to pump us up.

  4. Rhoanna
    Posted April 1, 2010 at 8:40 am | Permalink

    LIRR (on Long Island) also has similar crap with gender markers on their monthly passes. The first time you use it, the conductor punches either M or F, depending on which gender they think you are.

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