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The American Library Association (ALA) released its annual report on banned or challenged books in schools, universities, and public libraries in 2019.
This time, we see that most of the challenges involve LGBTQ books.
As previously announced, 2020 is a year that will be difficult for our transgender friends. This is the case in Idaho where two anti-trans laws were approved, one of which targets trans athletes in particular.
A lawsuit has been attempted to repeal this discriminatory and also particularly unfair measure.
Until now, BMX Freestyle hasn’t been part of the Summer Olympics, but this will change as BMX Freestyle competitions will be part of the 2020 Olympic Games to be held in Tokyo next summer.
Freestyle BMX rider Chelsea Wolfe started the year with one goal in mind: to get a ticket to represent her country and our community at the Tokyo Games.
She could make history by becoming the very first transgender athlete to compete in the Olympic Games.
In 2017, Danica Roem became the first transgender woman to serve in a legislature, the Virginia one, and guess what? She’s running for office again!