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North Carolina’s passage of a law that establishes a statewide nondiscrimination policy that excludes gender identity and sexual orientation has sparked a national debate over legal protections for the LGBT community. The patrons clashed with the officers over the treatment, throwing coffee, doughnuts and utensils. The Stonewall Riots Police officers raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay club in New York City. Transgender Lobbying Phyllis Frye, called the grandmother of the movement, and Riki Anne Wilchins held the first transgender lobbying day in Washington. Wilchins created Gender PAC, an advocacy group based in Washington.What follows is a selection of events showing the evolution of the transgender movement in the U. A former Army private from the Bronx became the first American to undergo a sex change operation after traveling to Denmark for surgery and hormone treatments. Like Cooper’s Donuts, Compton’s Cafeteria in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco was one of the few places in the area where transgender people, who were not welcome at gay bars, could congregate publicly. The crowd, weary of the raids on gay clubs, rioted. The Transgender Day of Remembrance The advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith organized the first Transgender Day of Remembrance, to honor the memory of Rita Hester and other transgender people like her who were lost to bigotry and anti-transgender violence.Upon her return, she publicly announced her transition, and became an advocate and a celebrity. Riots broke out there after police officers tried to kick out a transgender woman. First Transgender Person Officially Visits White House George W.Clashes at Cooper’s Donuts Police officers tried to arrest individuals at Cooper’s Donuts in Los Angeles, a popular hangout for transgender people, drag queens and others in the L. Bush became the first president to officially welcome an openly transgender person, Petra Leilani Akwai, into the White House as part of a Yale 1968 class reunion. community picketed the restaurant after it prohibited transgender people from entering. The Stonewall Riots are widely considered to have sparked the L. The Gazebo Chat Room The Gazebo, a dedicated chat room for transgender people, was started on AOL by Gwendolyn Ann Smith, providing a gathering place and a resource center with a bulletin board. Smith said, The Gazebo had tens of thousands of unique visitors a month. community, including transgender people, joined in several days of demonstrations. Speakers at the conference addressed legal issues related to health care, employment and military service, among other areas. First International Conference on Transgender Law and Employment Policy The conference in Houston was the first of six gatherings where activists, especially lawyers, from around the country met and laid the groundwork for the transgender movement. Gender Identity Disorder In the 1987 revision of “The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders,” the American Psychiatric Association added “gender identity disorder” as a classification for transgender people.
Diane Schroer Diane Schroer won a discrimination lawsuit against the Library of Congress, after it rescinded a job offer as a terrorism analyst after learning that Ms.Schroer was transgender and intended to start the job as a woman.A District Court judge concluded that the Library of Congress was in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.Murder of Transgender Woman Labeled a Hate Crime A jury in Colorado found Allen Andrade guilty of first-degree murder in the killing of Angie Zapata.
The case was among the first in which a hate crime law was applied in a murder trial where the victim was transgender.
Presidential Appointees President Obama nominated the first openly transgender federal appointees.