Blog

Posts from 2018

October 10, 2018

Trump’s Next Step In Turning The Courts Against Trans Rights

It can be hard to believe this administration is doing even more damage under the shadow cast by the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh — President Trump’s beleaguered Supreme Court pick who responded to credible allegations o

September 25, 2018

Fighting for Survivors of Sexual Assault: A Trans Perspective

Last year, NCTE Deputy Communications Director Jay Wu was invited by the National Women’s Law Center to

September 14, 2018

Medical Experts, Lawmakers, and Veterans Stand Up For Trans Vets

Earlier this summer, we had a unique opportunity to fight a decades-old barrier between transgender veterans and life-saving health care.

September 14, 2018

An Update On Recent Changes Made To State Department Web Pages

For the past couple of days, there has been a lot of talk and concern about the State Department’s passport policy because of changes that have been made on their website.

August 29, 2018

Transgender Workers and The Politics of Disgust At The Supreme Court

When transgender Americans are asked what they need to thrive in society, the first and most common answer is “jobs.” A livelihood is the most crucial building block of a stable life, but 

Join Our Mailing List