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Transgender on Gender-Swapping Snapchat Filter: ‘My Gender Is Not a Costume’

Snapchat’s new gender-changing filter that allows people to view themselves as the opposite sex has offended some members of the transgender community, who argue that their struggle with transitioning is being downplayed by the filter, as it allows users to swap-genders for their own amusement.

Protesters blow whistles during a transgender march in downtown Zagreb on March 30, 2019. - About 300 people, coming from all over the largely conservative Balkans region, took part in Croatia's first ever transgender march through downtown Zagreb. Organisers say they are sending clear messages of pride and defiance as …

Lawsuit: Second Grade Teacher Repeatedly Questioned Boy’s ‘Gender Identity’

The parents of an eight-year-old boy are suing an Oregon school district for nearly $1 million dollars, claiming that their son’s second-grade teacher pulled him from recess multiple times to question him about his gender identity. The parents say that their son is now “confused” and taking anxiety medication.

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Cuba Violently Shuts Down ‘Illegal’ Gay Pride Parade

Cuba’s communist regime sent police to beat and violently haul away some of the estimated 300 people congregating in Havana Saturday for an “illegal” gay pride march, organized after the regime canceled the annual Castro-led “conga against homophobia.”

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Cal Poly Faculty Votes to Ban Chick-fil-A from Campus

Faculty at California Polytechnic University recently voted to ban Chick-fil-A from campus, accusing the restaurant’s charity arm of being “in violation of our values” and suggesting that Chick-fil-A’s presence on campus is similar to having pornography or a Hooters establishment at the school. The university president, however, is expected to veto the faculty vote.

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Supreme Court to Hear Cases on LGBT Issues in Workplaces

The Supreme Court announced on Monday that later this year the justices will hear arguments on whether federal law forbids discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, in the first major LGBT cases since Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement.

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John Carroll University Professor: We Do Not Have to Follow the First Amendment

A professor at John Carroll University says that the school “fortunately” does not have to abide by the First Amendment, as it is a private university that can ban “hate speech” from the student newspaper. The professor, who spoke to Breitbart News about a recent incident involving a conservative student editor censored by the school’s newspaper, acknowledged that she still needs to figure out how to define the term “hate speech.”

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