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Freedom Massachusetts,Full Transgender Protections pledge

Anti-transgender advocates collect enough signatures for 2018 ballot question repeal

The anti-transgender advocacy group Keep Massachusetts safe has collected enough signatures to put a referendum question on the 2018 ballot asking voters to repeal the newly enacted and hard-won law that extends equal transgender rights—S.2407, “An Act Relative to Transgender Anti-Discrimination.” The […]


Boston Medical Centers Welcome Transmasculine Prospective Parents

[Editor’s note: The following is a reposting of an October 3 article from Fenway Focus.] Fenway Health has a proud tradition of helping our clients grow and care for their families. Since 1983, we have been an international pioneer in helping lesbian, gay, bisexual, […]

Chris Edwards,Balls: It Takes Some to Get Some

Boston-native author supports youth with trans success story

There wasn’t a lot of support for gender transition in 1995. So ad-agency copywriter Chris Edwards used his career skills to “re-brand himself” for his family, friends and coworkers “at a time when the word ‘transgender’ was yet to exist.” “BALLS is the hilarious and moving […]

Chanel Prunier

Former GOP Committee Rep pushes for ballot question to repeal trans equality law

She may be swimming upstream, but former GOP National Committee representative Chanel Prunier of Shrewsbury is gathering signatures for a 2018 ballot question aimed at repealing the newly enacted law that extends equal rights to our transgender friends and neighbors in Massachusetts. […]

Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg

What Passage of the Transgender Rights Bill Means to Senate President Rosenberg

The following guest editorial by Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg appears in the current July/August 2016 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine: After the terrible tragedy in Orlando, it is natural to want to say that standing up for LGBTQ rights is […]

Charlie Baker (photo: Ars Magna / Allana Taranto)

Governor Baker signs trans-inclusive public accommodations bill into law

“Massachusetts is now the 1st state this year—& the 18th in the nation—to pass full #trans protections! #TransBillMA.” The tweet rang out from Freedom Massachusetts around 3:30 p.m. today after Governor Charlie Baker signed into law “An Act Relative to […]

Boston State House,transgender public accommodations bill

Massachusetts Senate & House agree on final version of public accommodations law

Pending the approving signature of Governor Charlie Baker, Massachusetts may well have its legal expansion of the state’s public accommodations law, which includes transgender people, on the books by October 1. The state’s senate and house reconciled their two versions […]

Defense Secretary Ash Carter

Pentagon lifts ban on transgender troops

A person’s qualifications should be the only thing that matters when it comes to serving in the United States military. So said Defense Secretary Ash Carter today when he announced that transgender individuals may serve openly in any branch of […]

Vermont,anti-conversion therapy law

Vermont passes law protecting LGBT kids from anti-conversion therapy

Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin recently signed into law the prohibition of licensed professionals who counsel minors from attempting to “change” the sexual orientation or gender identity of a minor — a practice also known as “conversion therapy.” “It’s absurd to think that […]

Massachusetts House of Representatives,transgender,public accommodations bill

Massachusetts House sweepingly passes transgender public accommodations bill

The Massachusetts House of Representatives brought the transgender public accommodations bill one step closer to becoming state law today, June 1, with an overwhelmingly supportive vote of 116—36. According to MassEquality‘s Executive Director Deborah Shields: “[We] applaud the House of Representatives’ […]

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