25th March 2015
Exclusive: Chris Sutton on being publicly genderqueer 18
3:56 PM — Chris Sutton talks exclusively to PinkNews about being genderqueer in the public eye, after their brother Stephen famously raised £5 million for charity while battling incurable cancer.
16th June 2014
US: Gender non-conforming teen forced to ‘look like a boy’ for driver’s license photo 20
2:27 PM — A gender non-conforming teen applying for their driver's license was forced to "look more like a boy" for their license photo.
2nd August 2013
Australia: LGBT and intersex anti-discrimination laws come into effect 2
12:58 PM — New Australian laws protecting LGBT and intersex people from religious discrimination by aged-care providers have come into effect, commencing August 1.
26th April 2013
Sweden: High school to open gender-neutral changing room 1
2:07 PM — A high school in Sweden is opening a gender-neutral changing room, in order to cater for trans, students and those who "aren't comfortable being divided into gender stereotypes."
18th September 2012
US: First government trans awareness ad campaign launched 7
7:52 PM — A new campaign of adverts has launched in Washington DC, with a view to increasing awareness and understanding of the "non gender-conforming" community of the city.
23rd March 2012
Nepal’s first gender-neutral public toilet to be unveiled 4
11:29 AM — Nepal's first openly gay MP has secured the opening of the country's first gender-neutral toilet.
16th August 2011
Androgynous supermodel Andrej Pejic says his gender doesn’t matter 75
3:22 PM — Andrej Pejic, the Bosnian-born supermodel often mistaken for a woman, says he doesn't mind whether people think he's male or female. The 19-year-old, who has been dressing in skirts since he was a child, has appeared on catwalks around the world.
11th March 2011
Interview: Genderqueer performer CN Lester 14
5:25 PM — “It didn’t matter what your genitals were, what mattered was: do you have a beautiful voice and do you look fabulous?” Genderqueer performer CN Lester, who identifies as neither male nor female, talks to Paris Lees about sexual harassment, operatic androgyny and a mutual fear of going blind.