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Moab, Murray pass anti-discrimination ordinances

Em: http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/50643648-76/discrimination-utah-ordinances-anti.html.csp

By Rosemary Winters

The Salt Lake Tribune

Published Nov 9, 2010 09:55PM
Updated Nov 9, 2010 11:31PM
Statutes to protect gay and transgender people from discrimination have taken root in two more Utah cities.

On Tuesday, the city councils in Murray and Moab both voted unanimously to adopt anti-discrimination ordinances. The measures ban discrimination in housing and employment based on a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity.

“We celebrate these two cities passing these important protections that create a fair playing field for all employees and tenants,” Brandie Balken, executive director of Equality Utah, said in an interview. “We know that these ordinances reflect the values of Utahns.

There are now nine cities and counties in Utah with such ordinances. Equality Utah hopes the number will reach 10 before the start of the next session of the Utah Legislature, where the group has pushed for a statewide anti-discrimination law.

In addition to Moab and Murray, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Park City, Summit County, Logan, West Valley City and Taylorsville ban housing and employment discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
 

Mexico House votes for same-sex couple benefits

Em: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2010/11/09/1411833/mexico-house-votes-for-same-sex.html

MEXICO CITY — Mexico's House of Representatives has voted to amend social security rules to include medical and social benefits for same-sex couples.

The vote Tuesday was 232 in favor and 58 against. The measure now goes to the Senate for debate.

The amendment deals with the Social Security Institute, which provides benefits to employees of private companies, and with a benefits program for government employees.

The vote comes amid a debate among Mexicans over gay marriage that intensified after Mexico City's local legislature enacted a law last December allowing same-sex couples in the capital to marry and adopt children.

Catherine Ryan Hyde's latest novel deals with transgender issues

Em: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2010/11/08/1361044/catherine-ryan-hydes-latest-novel.html

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Cambria author Catherine Ryan Hyde tackles the controversial topic of transgender identity in her latest book, “Jumpstart the World.”

“I wanted to have a conversation with the world about transgender acceptance, to say, ‘Maybe this isn’t as big of a deal as you’re making it out to be,’” explained Hyde, best known for her book-turned-movie, “Pay It Forward.”

Hyde will read from “Jumpstart the World” and sign copies of it Nov. 13 at a San Luis Obispo fundraiser for Tranz-Central Coast, a local support group for transgender people.

 

We should fight all intolerance, not just one brand of hate

Em: http://www.bupipedream.com/Articles/We-should-fight-all-intolerance-not-just-one-brand-of-hate/16449

Author: Zach Stanco Contributing Columnist
Published: November 09, 2010
The suicide of 18-year-old Tyler Clementi has caused quite a stir when it comes to concerns over the bullying of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. But as advocates try to raise awareness for the LGBT cause, are they forgetting the larger picture?

LGBT youths are four times more likely to attempt suicide than heterosexual individuals and, because of the secrecy that many individuals practice when it comes to their sexuality, the rate could be even higher. The recent string of homosexual suicides in the media has made Americans more aware of this disparity and many have mobilized against it.

But this coverage is not without its controversy, as Erik Eckholm discusses in a recent article in The New York Times, “In Efforts to End Bullying, Some See Agenda.”

 

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