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Gender Politics

Valentine’s Day: Artists and activists to rally and RISE

New York, NY - On Tuesday, February 14, women and men throughout the US and in 200 countries worldwide will come together and RISE to end violence against all women and girls (cis, transgender and gender non-conforming) as part of V-Day’s massive annual One Billion Rising campaign, including a just-announced rally - “Artistic Uprising – A Call for Revolutionary Love” – to take place in NYC’s  W

Madonna uses profanity on live TV in her speech at Women's March

Madonna let a few f-bombs drop on the crowd and live television at the "Women's March on Washington D.C." Saturday.

Always political and never one to mince words, Madonna gave an impassioned speech at the Women’s March on Washington Saturday morning.

Her remarks, laden with profanity, caused several networks to cut-away and apologize for airing the speech doused with f-bombs.

Further details for 'San Diego Women’s March' on Jan. 21

San Diego Women's March is on Saturday, Jan 21.

[This article has been updated as of Jan. 19, 2017]

The San Diego Women’s March is being held in conjunction with The Women’s March on Washington on January, 21, 2017 at 10 am.

This San Diego assembly will contain women, men and children from “all backgrounds, ethnicities, abilities, religions, orientations and political affiliations.”

Women's March on Washington will have a San Diego demonstration

Women’s groups across the country are organizing a March on Washington in January and San Diego will have its own mobilization.

The march hopes to send a clear message to the new administration that women’s rights are human rights.

GLAAD works with Tinder to create trans-inclusive app update

GLAAD consulted with Tinder on how to better serve the community by helping figure out ways for people to be more authentically themselves on the platform.

Today, Tinder announced a significant update to its dating app that welcomes transgender and gender non-conforming users to add information about their gender identity to their profiles and be their most authentic selves on the platform. 

Miss Major is a trans elder and Stonewall icon...and she’s changing the world

Miss Major is a community leader ― an organizer, activist, prison abolitionist.

It’s been almost fifty years since the historic night at the Stonewall Inn that many people cite as the beginning of the mainstream fight for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights.

Decades later, one trans activist who was present the night of the riots is still fighting for the rights and survival of transgender and gender-nonconforming people.