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Cast of Transparent releases pro-transgender Public Service Announcement

Amazon’s hit web TV dramedy, Transparent, is about a senior aged father who transitions from presenting as male to presenting as female. He then comes out to his adult children. The cast and creators have released a PSA about Gavin Grimm, the transgender boy who is suing his local school district for not allowing him to use the boys’ restroom.

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US Supreme Court vacates 4th Circuit Court’s ruling in favor of transgender teen

The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals had ruled in favor of Gavin Grimm, the 17-year-old female-to-male transgender teen who took on his local school district when they refused to allow him to use the boys’ restrooms and locker facilities at his high school. The 4th Circuit ruled in Gavin’s favor based on the Title IX guidelines issued by the Obama Administration. Monday, the US Supreme Court has vacated the earlier decision in GG vs Gloucester County School District and returned the case to the 4th Circuit Court for reconsideration.

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Anti-gay groups are reprimanded by the Clerk of the US Supreme Court

Not only did the groups raise the ire of the US Supreme Court, but they gave away their false position at the same time. In the case of GG vs Glouchester County School Board, the landmark trans student case currently before the US Supreme Court, counsel for the National Organization for Marriage, the Liberty Counsel and the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence received brief letters from Scott S. Harris, the Clerk of the Court.

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