Judge Blocks Obama's Transgender Rules For School BathroomsIt applies to schools nationwide, as many districts reopen this week after the summer vacation.
Boston Medical Center Is First In Mass. To Offer Sex Reassignment SurgeryThe hospital announced the launch of its new Center For Transgender Medicine and Surgery on Wednesday.
From Locker Rooms To Sex Ed, Schools Already Balancing Transgender IssuesThe Obama administration recently declared that transitioning children be treated consistent with their gender identity.
Obama Administration Tells Public Schools To Allow Transgender Bathroom AccessPublic schools must now permit transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their chosen gender identity.
Mass. Senate Passes Transgender Rights BillThe Massachusetts Senate is debating a bill to ban discrimination against transgender people in public accommodations.
Massachusetts Senate To Debate Transgender Rights BillThe Massachusetts Senate is planning to discuss a bill aimed at strengthening legal protections for transgender individuals.
Longtime WBZ Traffic Reporter Scott Eck Announces Gender Change“It was when I was about 5 years old that something clicked in my head and I realized that I was different from most of the other kids around me."
Donald Trump: Let Transgender People Use Bathroom Of ChoiceTrump said North Carolina's law has caused unnecessary strife for the state.
Target Takes A Stand On Transgender Bathroom IssueThe statement comes as a national debate is exploding over whether to restrict transgender people to using public bathrooms that only match their sex at birth.
Baker Booed Off Stage At LGBT Event In BostonGovernor Charlie Baker was shouted down at an LGBT networking event.
Mass. Teachers Unions Support Transgender Rights BillsPresidents of the Massachusetts Teachers Association and the American Federation of Teachers said Monday they support the legislation.
He? She? Ze? Universities Add Gender Pronouns To FormsAt Harvard, 4,000 students have submitted pronouns so far, with slightly more than 1 percent choosing something other than "he" or "she,"