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February 2024

14 Trans & Nonbinary Models Who Were All Over New York Fashion Week "At New York Fashion Week’s Fall 2024 season, runways were awash with queer joy. Nonbinary and trans models made waves in a multitude of designer shows; some opened shows (a coveted spot in a show’s lineup), while others strutted in swoon-worthy designs." Read more.

POV Acquires ‘Who I Am Not’ Documentary On Intersex Experience From Executive Producer Patricia Arquette"Intersex people constitute an estimated 1.7 percent of the population, according to the Intersex Campaign for Equality, which the organization notes “makes being intersex about as common as having red hair (1%-2%).” Yet, intersex people have been largely invisible in most cultures. Who I Am Not combats that invisibility by foregrounding the experience of two intersex people in South Africa, a beauty queen and a male-presenting activist." Read more.

New Study Shows More Gamers Than Ever Identify As LGBTQ, But Representation Lags Behind — "A first-of-its-kind report on the state of LGBTQ inclusion in the video game industry has revealed that even though more gamers than ever identify as gay, bisexual, transgender or queer, representation of LGBTQ people in game characters and storylines is still significantly lacking despite what experts say is a legitimate financial reason to be more inclusive." Read more. 

The New York Times’ Bias Continues to Endanger Transgender People"One year ago a coalition of more than 100 LGBTQ organizations and notables called out the New York Times’ pattern of publishing inaccurate, biased pieces about transgender people that are regularly used by extremist lawmakers and extremist organizations in court as justification for banning trans people from accessing best practice medical care . . . To date, the coalition has not received a response from the Times. The coalition had three asks of the newspaper, none of which appear to have been met." Read more. 

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