Monique Says She'd Appear On "Queens Court" With TS Madison and Khia

Fresh off her online "I'm Pissed and I'm Not Gonna Take It Anymore Crusade" against Netflix Monique said she is willing to appear on Queens Court with TS Madison and Khia to answer any questions. R & B shit starter K Michelle proposed the interview after hearing Monique and her husbands appearance on Tom Joyner earlier where Monique apparently answered all her questions with more questions.

Would you tune in to Watch Khia and Madison grill Monique live?

Trans Activist Ashlee Marie Preston Runs For Office After Calling Caitlyn Jenner "A F*cking Fraud"

A trans activist who confronted Caitlyn Jenner publicly over her support for President Trump has announced that she is running for office.

Ashlee Marie Preston, who became the first trans magazine editor-in-chief earlier this year, ripped into Jenner for her allegedly ongoing backing of Trump despite his decision to ban trans people from the military. 

The activist approached Jenner at an event by the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles on Saturday night for the confrontation, which she later uploaded to Facebook.

TS Madison Says She And Khia Left The XSCAPE Tour and Weren't Kicked Out

TS Madison is setting the record straight this afternoon after rumors swirled that she and Khia were KICKED OUT of the Xscape tour performance last night. Last night Tamar Braxton, who opens the show, had invited Khia and TS to perform with her during her set. This is where the details get a little fuzzy. A guy who claims he works on the tour says TS and Khia were kicked out by security. TS Madison has a different story. Check it out below.

LGBT activists to protest transgender rights bill in India

Activists say the bill in its present form should not be adopted.

It has been drawn up by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.

The protest is expected to take place on Sansad Marg, the street that leads to parliament.

Protesters say the bill in its current form threatens trans freedoms as screening committees will be set up in every district of India.

Gender recognition certificates will be issued to trans people after examinations take place by health officers.

Brooklyn BreYanna Stevenson The 26th Transperson Killed In The US This Year

Brooklyn BreYanna Stevenson, 31, was found dead after police were called to the motel for a disturbance at about 2:30 a.m.

"Right now, there are no arrests in this case. Anyone with information, we want to hear from them through our homicide tip line," said Oklahoma City Police Spokesman, MSgt. Gary Knight Monday.

Knight telling News 4 Tuesday there have been no arrests, or no known motive to the crime, adding it's still too early in the investigation to determine if Stevenson's identity as a transgender woman played a role in her death.

Actually Althea Garrison Was The First Transwoman Elected To State Legislature

Nov. 7, 2017, was a staggeringly good election day for Democrats, and among the progressive victorious is transgender woman Danica Roem, who beat out incumbent Virginia House of Delegates Republican Robert G. Marshall, author of the infamous anti-transgender "bathroom bill." Roem's victory marks the first time an openly trans person has been elected as a state legislator — however, she won't be the first trans legislator to serve. That landmark achievement belongs to a Black woman: Althea Garrison, who served as a state legislator Massachusetts from 1993-1995.

Trans Man Elected to the Minneapolis City Council

A second transgender candidate has won a spot on the Minneapolis City Council.

Phillipe Cunningham narrowly won a northwestern Minneapolis ward by defeating longtime incumbent and council president Barb Johnson. His victory wasn’t announced until Wednesday afternoon, due to the instant-runoff voting system Minneapolis uses.

Cunningham is a 29-year-old transgender man. His victory follows one by Andrea Jenkins, a transgender woman who easily won a seat on the City Council Tuesday night.

Andrea Jenkins Becomes First Trans Woman Of Color Elected To Office In US

Andrea Jenkins has just made history becoming the first trans woman of color in the United States to be elected to public office.

Jenkins won her race in the Eighth Ward of the Minneapolis City Council elections. She ran on a platform of raising the minimum wage and making housing affordable.

‘As an African American trans-identified woman, I know firsthand the feeling of being marginalized, left out, thrown under the bus,’ Jenkins said in her winning speech.

‘Those days are over. We don’t just want a seat at the table, we want to set the table.’

America's First Openly Transgender State Legislator Elected In Virginia

Virginia House of Delegates candidate Danica Roem (D) has defeated longtime Del. Robert Marshall (R), becoming Virginia's first openly transgender elected official and one of just few in the nation, according to The Washington Post.

Roem's win in Virginia's 13th District marks the first election of an openly transgender person in a state legislature. Before venturing into politics, Roem was a reporter for the Gainesville Times and the Prince William Times.

Candace Downs: The 25 Trans Woman Killed In America In The Deadliest Year For Transwwomen

Candace Towns, a 30-year-old trans woman from Georgia, was found dead on 31 October. Towns has become the 25th transgender person murdered in the United States this year.

Towns had reportedly been missing since Saturday, 28 October. Three days later, she was found by police after having been shot to death on a driveway in Macon, Georgia.

Police are investigating Towns’ death as a homicide. A $2,000 reward is being offered to anyone who has information on the person responsible for her death.

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