The Fantastic Beasts star sent Rowling a "private note" amid the backlash over her comments about trans people.
The “Harry Potter” star’s support for the trans community has some fans riled up — while others are calling her “the brightest witch of her age.”
In a historic moment, Chella Man has just become the first deaf, trans model to be signed to IMG.
Chella Man is joined by a diverse group of young artists, models, musicians, and activists in the new Gap campaign, including Kimberly Drew, Carlotta Kohl, Kelvin Davis, Ezinma, and SuperDuperKyle.
The passenger felt "unsafe, vulnerable, belittled" after a gate agent questioned her ID in front of other travelers.
She may be out of high school already, but Nikita Dragun still managed to re-create her prom night to match her new gender identity in a video that’s already drawing praise (not to mention over 500,000 views) from her fans.
"If you have a negative comment or you don’t think transgender people should be a part of this, then you're not living in today’s century."
'Orange Is the New Black' star Laverne Cox tweeted her approval of a transgender Barbie, after Mattel announced it's releasing 17 new Ba in honor of International Women's Day.
Julissa Emile (left) with college friends. Julissa Emile was attending a college poetry slam in Chicago when she tweeted a special moment that has since gone viral. The 19-year-old student took a series of bathroom mirror selfies during some down time at the event, but in each photo more people joined in.
Just days ago, President Donald Trump revoked previously-established guidance allowing trans kids to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender identity in the US. Cue Rebekah, a transgender girl who has something to say about that, as a photo of her holding a sign reading “I’m the scary transgender person the media warned you about” has become incredibly popular online.
The January 2017 issue of National Geographic features a major first in the the storied 128-year-old publication’s history — for the first time ever, the cover features a transgender individual.
Urban Outfitters has always presented themselves as an edgy, modern brand, so it’s disappointing that customer Nicholas Gorham had a transphobic experience at one of their Los Angeles stores. Gorham, who identifies as gender fluid, was turned away from the women’s dressing rooms and singled out by an employee. In an effort to raise awareness, Gorham penned an important essay for Mic about the ordeal.
For a long time Ron and Vanessa Ford Jr. have described their five-year-old son by saying “Zach likes dresses but also ninjas.” But they eventually realized, this wasn’t an accurate representation of their child.
(The City of Toronto marks its first official Transgender Day of Remembrance with a flag-raising ceremony on November 20, 2014. Photo: Newzulu)
In short, Alex Abramovich and his wife, Caroline, are ready for their first child and they are over the moon. Caroline’s due date is July 29. The healthcare that Abramovich, a transgender man, received at a Toronto fertility clinic was discriminatory because of his gender identity, he says.
“We kept getting gentle reminders from people that it’s not just women with periods,” Miki Agrawal, founder and CEO of Thinx, tells Yahoo Canada. In response, the company spent a year developing a boyshort product in consultation with trans men and non-binary people who might use it. Now the new slogan for Thinx is “For people with periods” and one of their campaigns features model Sawyer DeVuyst, who is a trans man.
Back in April we were introduced to Corey Maison, a 14-year-old transgender girl who was professionally photographed to bring awareness to bathroom rights. Partnered with High Dive Heart and shared by The BULLY Project, the video shows Maison in the girl’s bathroom holding up cue cards that tell her story.