Today, the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF) and the Empire Justice Center celebrated the passage of the NYS Gender Recognition Act (S.4402/A.5465) by the New York State legislature.
Today, the New York State Senate passed the Gender Recognition Act (S.4402-B/A.5465-D) sponsored by Senator Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Daniel O’Donnell.
New York State Assembly Member Danny O’Donnell expressed his joy and satisfaction today regarding the U.S. Senate’s vote to pass legislation ensuring the rights of LGBTQ Americans to marry in the United States.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced the reappointment of Cecile Noel as commissioner of the Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence (ENDGBV).
On this Transgender Day of Remembrance, State Senator Brad Hoylman, sponsor of legislation to repeal the so-called ‘Walking While Trans’ Ban (S.2253/A.654).
On Veterans Day, Senator Brad Hoylman commemorated the implementation of the Restoration of Honor Act (S.45B/A.8097), his bill with Assembly Member Didi Barrett.
As we celebrate the Centennial of the Harlem Renaissance differently, The Gatekeepers Collective (TGC), a Harlem-based non-profit presents Harlem Renaissance 2.0 Banners.
Senator Brad Hoylman (D/WF-Manhattan) released the following statement today in response to Attorney General Letitia James’ announcement.
Today, State Senator Brad Hoylman, chair of the New York Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Health Department announced that starting next year, death certificates will include an “X” option for New Yorkers who do not identify as male or female.
The City Council Committees on Women and Gender Equity, Higher Education, and Education will hold a joint hearing tomorrow regarding sexual harassment and gender discrimination in New York City schools,
The Health Department today announced that beginning Jan. 1, 2019, New Yorkers can change the gender on their birth certificate to “X” to reflect a non-binary gender identity.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today signed a historic piece of legislation into law, creating for the first time a third gender category on New York City birth certificates from Harlem to Hollis.
Mayor de Blasio today announced that the NYC Department of Correction will house inmates consistent with their gender identity.
The Health Department today released new vital statistics data on the number of people who have changed their gender marker on their birth certificate since 2014, when the Health Department and the City Council eased requirements for gender marker change applications.