Thursday, May 8, 2008

Morning Sweep

Some students at a Putnam County high school are cross-dressing this week to show their support for a transgender classmate.

The Advocate interviews Thomas Roberts, an openly gay former CNN news anchor, and discusses why there aren’t more gays in broadcasting.

NPR looks at two young children struggling with their gender identities who are undergoing very different forms of therapy, and Pam’s House Blend wonders why "gender identity disorder" is still listed in the DSM.

Alabama’s House of Representatives has passed hate crimes and anti-bullying bills. On to the Senate!

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