And how do I tell my mom that my current relationship doesn't invalidate my identity?
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“When I heard about the ban on transgender recruits going into the military, I was frustrated, upset, and confused. It was like an attack on me, and I didn’t even do anything.”
“We can’t understand the rise of Trump, or combat the forces he represents, without attention to reproductive politics," explains University of Massachusetts, Amherst Professor Laura Briggs in How All Politics Became Reproductive Politics: From Welfare Reform to Foreclosure to Trump.
Danica Roem could become the first openly trans person to hold statewide office in Virginia. And nationwide, almost 30 races have trans candidates.
Indiana's in trouble over removing voters. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas leaps to Neil Gorsuch's defense. And more shenanigans about the First Amendment.
In other news, a California woman's case puts the Pregnancy Discrimination Act to the test, and an appeals court is reviewing Indiana's mandatory ultrasound law.