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An ongoing series of news and information



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February 14, 2023

Our New Year Fundraiser




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January 17, 2023

22nd Annual RustinLorde Breakfast


Transforming attended the RustinLorde Breakfast celebrating Black LGBTQ activism.  The breakfast celebrated its 22nd year, which also served a second purpose of providing free breakfast before the annual MLK Jr. march.




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November 2, 2022

Georgia Transgender Oral History Project is looking for Trans/Gender Non-Conforming Participants


The Georgia Transgender Oral History Project will gather and preserve stories, memories, and histories with transgender and gender non-conforming people and allies who live/lived in Georgia, or who have participated in activities that affect Georgia, click below for more information.




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November 1, 2022

The 2022 U.S. Trans Survey Is Now Live


All trans folk can now take the survey, click the link below and share your story.




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May 16, 2022

Court Orders First Gender-Affirming Surgery for A Trans Federal Prisoner





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May 5, 2022

Georgia High School Association Bans Trans Students From School Athletics

In a previous blog post, the Georgia legislature deferred the decision to the Georgia High School Association, an organization that governs athletics and activities for member high schools in Georgia.




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May 1, 2022

DOJ Sues Alabama Over Law Making Gender Affirming Care for Trans Youth A Felony





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April 25, 2022

DOJ Supports Gender Affirming Health Care for TransYouth

The Department of Justice made a statement that states that deny trans youth access to gender affirming healthcare are subject to law suits.




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April 22, 2022

The Georgia Legislature Does Not Outright Ban Trans Girls From Sports

Instead, the Georgia High School Association, will create a regulatory body that will create guidelines and determine eligibility on a case by case basis.

It is not an outright ban, but could pose as an obstacle for trans girls who want to participate in sports.




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April 22, 2022

The TSA Makes Travel Easier For Trans, Gender Non-Conforming, and Non-Binary Folx.




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April 22, 2022

"X" Gender Marker Available On U.S. Passports Starting April 11




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March 31, 2022

One of our members, Ray Gibson, talks to "Out Sports" about being the trans son of baseball Hall of Fame legend, Bob Gibson.




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March 31, 2022

In keeping with the culture and politics of Trans(forming) - we challenge the idea and concept of a Trans Day of Visibility!

We invite those to use this 'day' and time to read some thought provoking concepts from some of our major Trans Thought Leaders and Activist in books and pieces like:

Trap Door: https://www.vice.com/en/article/j5vvex/exploring-the-paradox-of-trans-visibility-trap-door?fbclid=IwAR1aK4ifvVAX6qpCwh-dC_0ay9RFp89juPoOj1yZqzviYvxoVEPO8Mfjxpc

With permission we have used the words from Reina Gossett adopted from her wonderful speech at the 2015 Anti-Violence Conference. Thank you!

Trans Day of Visibility Needs Critical Thinking Lens

We can all use this day of visibility as a call for all of us to open our eyes and see each other.

To open our minds and hearts to care more about each other - even within communities.

To be visiable about our own need to heal.

To be visiable about the internal work we commit to.

We are coming together, here and now, at a moment of increased visibility for trans* people, in pop culture and in the gaze of the state. But at the same time, as we so intimately know, we are witnessing some of the highest rates of violence against our communities ever documented.

So, in this moment of violence and visibility, I feel it’s urgent to think about what we risk losing when the state, and pop culture, seem to be inviting us in. What do we open ourselves, and our communities, up to when we seek out visibility?In keeping with the culture and politics of Trans(forming) - we challenge the idea and concept of a Trans Day of Visibility!


So often, visibility uses the lens of respectability to determine who, even in the most vulnerable communities, should be seen and heard. I believe that, through the filter of visibility, those of us most at risk to state violence, become even more vulnerable to that violence.

I love that I'm a part of a types of sociability, and study, and love that is supported by never being what the state, or the mainstream white gay rights movement, saw as normal. The type that pushes against other trans people and demand that the room and definitions be expanded to include us, again. That we've always been here.

I wish we were sitting around together, hashing out our ideas about this world we’ve got to deal with. I mean making meaning of the world, together. Sharing how we're alike, how we differ and we all want the same things at the end of the day. How we don't all have to post selfie and take pictures and do this because somebody said we should be SEEN. There are so many ways to revolution to liberation and we need all of us. So many of us are left outside when we decide on this ONE way and this ONE way has been going on for at least the last decade and the onslaught of the web and now social media. I applaud those who choose that path.

So, I’ll close by saying that I believe this moment invites all of us not just to think about what we want to dismantle and organize against, but also what we want to defend: the ways we laugh, and love, and study together. The ways we come together to make meaning.

There is more than ONE WAY!







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March 29, 2022


Sak's recognizes Isis King on their digital platform for International Women's Day/Women's History Month.


Ms. King was the the first transgender woman on 2008's America's Next Top Model.




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March 13, 2022

How A Ukranian Transman Escaped Russia's Invasion

Bethany Dawson, a reporter for the Business Insider, talked with a Ukranian transman, on how he escaped Russia's Invasion with his mother.

Rain Dove, gnc actor/model, was instrumental in helping the Ukranian transman in the story leave the country safely. Rain Dove is also raising money and helping lgbtq Ukranians with the resources they need to leave the country and resettle.

Rain Dove's Facebook page: Rain Dove

Rain Dove's Instagram: @raindove

Rain Dove's Ukraine fundraising page: https://fundly.com/verifiable-ukraine-evacuation-resettlement-fund#updates/blog/update-89474

Trans(forming) stands with Ukraine, and also wants to acknowledge people of color in other countries who are suffering from the ravages of war in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa.




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March 6, 2022


Walking home from his job at a Starbucks, a young transman was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver. He moved from Atlanta to Delaware to begin a new life.



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March 1, 2022

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January 19, 2022

Uber and Lyft are offering free rides to vaccination appointments.  Check out their website, uber.com and lyft.com for more information.