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A Conversation on Transgender Issues
A Conversation on Transgender Issues

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AIR DATE: May 24, 2011

The state assembly approved a bill earlier this week that would prohibit discrimination based on gender identity and expression.  That's meant to protect people based on race, religion, and sexual orientation.  But transgender people say they feel left out of those categories, and often face job discrimination.  Are transgenders getting the political protections they need?  What issues does a transgender man or woman face that a gay or lesbian person does not?  And what's it like growing up as a transgender person in Las Vegas?  Transgender people share their stories.

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Jane Heenan, family therapist
Jackson Nightshade, student
Karen Grayson
Elvira Diaz, PLAN activist and mother


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I know Karen. She is a trailblazer and will certainly make it easier for the next generation of transgender youth...
rosa mendozaMay 21, 2011 10:31:45 AM
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