COVID-19 continues to spread, and the colleges and universities that are opting for remote learning are doing a terrible job of implementing it.
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For transgender and nonbinary people, a gender-affirming doctor—a patient-centered provider who is aware, sensitive, and educated on the needs of the transgender community—can be crucial to our survival.
Accessing emergency housing could depend on a person’s ability to pass a "gender test," which ultimately harms everyone experiencing housing instability.
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