Dana Beyer

Gender Identity Harms Women (March 7, 2018). Wayne “Dana” Beyer (USA). Genderidentitywatch.com (Archive)

Michael K. Lavers (October 26, 2017). Dana Beyer to run for Md. Senate. Washingtonblade.com (Archive)

Louis Peck (October 24, 2017). Dana Beyer Confirms Run Against Del. Waldstreicher For District 18 Senate Opening. Bethesdamagazine.com (Archive)

Lou Chibbaro Jr. (September 28, 2017). Trans students lead effort to defend Frederick County policy. Washingtonblade.com (Archive)

Dana Beyer (June 23, 2017). Are There Too Many Ribs in the Trans Umbrella?. Huffingtonpost.com (Archive)

Marcus Gregory (May 11, 2017). How Conversion Therapy Bans Will Trap Transgender Children. Thefederalist.com (Archive)

Eugene Puryear (February 24, 2017). Trump Withdraws Protections for Trans Students; Efforts to Stop DAPL. Sputniknews.com (Archive)

Dion Lim (May 25, 2016). Can a drug make you transgender?. Wtsp.com (Archive)

Dana Beyer (March 30, 2016). Passing Privilege, the Gender Binary, and the Productive Power of Stereotypes. Huffingtonpost.com (Archive) (Archive)[1].

Lou Chibbaro Jr. (November 17, 2015). Armed trans woman arrested after 10-hour D.C. standoff. Washingtonblade.com (Archive)

Andrew Faught (August 28, 2015). Fighting for the Gender Within. Thepenngazette.com (Archive)

Fredrick Kunkle (January 30, 2014). Former Montgomery aide Dana Beyer to challenge state Sen. Richard S. Madaleno Jr.. Washingtonpost.com (Archive)

KMFDallas (July 6, 2012). Gender Identity and DES Exposure. Cnn.com (Archive)

Susan Donaldson James (March 27, 2012). Transgender Parent: Child’s Journey When Mom Becomes Dad. Abcnews.go.com (Archive)

Brad Herzog (July 9, 2010). Identity Politics. Cornellalumnimagazine.com (Archive) (Archive)

Joanne Herman (October 02 2006). Transgender success stories. Advocate.com (Archive)

Daniel de Vise (September 2, 2006). Hoping Md. Is ‘Ready for a Person Like Me’. Washingtonpost.com (Archive) (Archive)

Staff Reports (September 23, 2003). Pondering the Possible Connection Between DES and Mixed Gender Identity. Washingtonpost.com (Archive)

Dana Beyer is a retired surgeon, and the executive director of Gender Rights Maryland.

Dr. Dana Beyer is the medical advisor and web manager of the DES Sons International Network.

Also known as Wayne Beyer

Notable Quote: “Smashing the gender binary is dangerous political provocation in today’s climate. Ignoring stereotypes that are ingrained in the American psyche is inviting failure. Demanding that passing privilege shouldn’t matter, when it clearly always has, and should have no role in marketing the community to its neighbors, is a mistake.”[1].

India Willoughby

James Draper (January 4, 2018). CBB’s India Willoughby raises eyebrows by saying drag queens like RuPaul CHEAPEN the transgender debate. Mirror.co.uk (Archive)

Rebecca Lawrence, Jo Tweedy (January 4, 2018). Celebrity Big Brother: ‘It was like having a tooth out’ Transgender India Willoughby reveals her sex change op was less painful than a trip to the dentist. Dailymail.co.uk (Archive)

Francesca Gosling (January 2, 2018). India Willoughby tips herself as CBB’s ‘Doctor Who’. Independent.ie (Archive)

Dan Cain (January 2, 2018). TA-RA from Talulah Transgender model Talulah-Eve drops out of CBB after finding out rival India Willoughby has signed up. Thesun.co.uk (Archive)

Ed Gleave (September 9, 2017). Newsreader claims she was rejected by the BBC for being transgender. Dailystar.co.uk (Archive)

Kala Paul-Worika (August 21, 2017). Changing times: Who is India Willoughby? UK’s first transgender newsreader – here’s all you need to know. Thesun.co.uk (Archive)

India Willoughby (May 18, 2017). INDIA WILLOUGHBY: Piers Morgan is right – taking gender out of society is both depressing and mad. Mirror.co.uk (Archive)

Benjamin Butterworth (April 4, 2017). Loose Women’s India Willoughby: I apologise for trans toilets comments. Pinknews.co.uk (Archive)

India Willoughby (March 31, 2017). Loose Women’s India Willoughby: Unless you are transitioning, stay out of the ladies. Pinknews.co.uk (Archive)

Jenni Murray (March 5, 2017). Jenni Murray: Be trans, be proud — but don’t call yourself a “real woman”. Thetimes.co.uk (Archive)

Kala Paul-Worika (March 5 2017). Changing times Who is India Willoughby? Britain’s first transgender newsreader – all you need to know. Thesun.co.uk (Archive)

Samantha Rea (December 5, 2016). When a Woman’s Hour panellist starts suggesting that women should be made to shave off their ‘dirty’ leg hair, I despair. Independent.co.uk (Archive)

Joseph Curtis (October 3, 2016). ‘I am the still the same person, I just look different on the outside’: Britain’s first transgender TV journalist, 50, returns to the screen after undergoing gender reassignment surgery. Dailymail.co.uk (Archive)

Ally McGilvray (November 8, 2015). ITV Border presenter quits dream job to have sex change. Bordertelegraph.com (Archive)

Previously known as Jonathan Willoughby

Francesca Camicia

Tony Palmer (December 20, 2017). Transgender model called Muslim airport worker “terrorist” in two-hour meltdown after she misheard ‘ma’am’ for ‘man’. Mirror.co.uk (Archive)

Nicole Maines

Sentinel & Enterprise (October 28, 2017). Transgender rights to be discussed at Fitchburg State. Sentinelandenterprise.com (Archive)

Geoffrey Riley & John Baxter (June 8, 2017). Fri 8:30 | Transgender Identical Twin Brings Story To Medford. Ijpr.org (Archive)

Sarah Ditum (May 29, 2017). Can the media focus on transgender politics reveal anything larger about identity?. Newstatesman.com (Archive)

Staff Report (December 5, 2016). UMaine student Nicole Maines shares her story in HBO’s ‘The Trans List’. Pressherald.com (Archive)

Lisa Miller (November 6, 2015). ‘Becoming Nicole,’ by Amy Ellis Nutt. Nytimes.com (Archive)

Amy Ellis Nutt (October 19, 2015). Becoming Nicole: They were born identical twin boys, but one always felt he was a girl. Washingtonpost.com (Archive)

Chris Harnick (June 17, 2015). Nicole Maines to Guest Star on Royal Pains’ Special Transgender Episode. Eonline.com (Archive)

Judy Harrison (December 01, 2014). Transgender student’s lawsuit ends with $75K award, order telling Orono schools to allow bathroom access. Bangordailynews.com (Archive)

Bill Nemitz (November 20, 2014). Bill Nemitz: Trailblazing Maine teenager rises to Glamour heroes list. CentralMaine.com (Archive)

Emily Burnham (November 18, 2014). Glamour Magazine names transgender Orono student as one of its 50 Inspiring Women for 2014. Bangordailynews.com (Archive)

Glamour (November, 2014). Hometown Heroes: 50 Phenomenal Women of the Year Who Are Making a Difference. Glamour.com (Archive)

Judy Harrison (January 30, 2014). Maine Supreme Court rules in favor of transgender girl in Orono school bathroom case. Bangordailynews.com (Archive)

Judy Harrison (June 12, 2013). ‘I wouldn’t wish my experience on another trans person,’ girl denied use of school bathroom says. Bangordailynews.com (Archive)

Judy Harrison (June 8, 2013). High court to hear arguments in transgender bathroom case Wednesday. Bangordailynews.com (Archive)

Judy Harrison (June 8, 2013). Maine pediatricians support transgender student’s use of girls bathroom. Bangordailynews.com (Archive)

Judy Harrison (November 20, 2012). Judge finds in favor of Orono schools over transgender girl’s use of bathroom. Bangordailynews.com (Archive)

Bella English (December 11, 2011). Led by the child who simply knew. Bostonglobe.com (Archive)

Judy Harrison (September 02, 2011). A struggle for acceptance: Gender identity disorder. Bangordailynews.com (Archive)

Previously known as Wyatt Maines

Leilani Tominiko

Wepiha Te Kanawa (October 24, 2017). Native Affairs – Wrestlemania Kiwi Style. maoritelevision.com (Archive)

Carla Penman (August 30, 2017). NZ’s first pro transgender wrestler aiming high. Nzherald.co.nz (Archive)

Also known as Candy Lee

Sam Smith

Joyce Chen (October 23, 2017). Sam Smith on Feeling ‘Just as Much Woman as I Am Man’. Rollingstone.com (Archive)

Kasandra Brabaw (October 23, 2017). Please Stop Calling Sam Smith “Gender Non-Binary”. Refinery29.com (Archive)

Brandon Voss (October 22, 2017). Sam Smith Comes Out As Gender-Nonbinary. Newnownext.com (Archive)

Attitude Magazine (October 22, 2017). Sam Smith On Gender Identity: ‘i Feel Just As Much Woman As I Am Man’. Attitude.co.uk (Archive)

Ruven Afanador (October 22, 2017). Interview: Sam Smith on coming out, and The Thrill of It All. Thetimes.co.uk (Archive)

Kara Cohen

Jessica Gibb (September 29, 2017). ‘Daddy looks like a girl with a willy’: Sex-change husband’s children react to him becoming Kara seven years after marrying mum. Mirror.co.uk (Archive)

Anna Matheson (April 20, 2017). ‘DADDY’S TURNING INTO A GIRL!’ Trans dad-of-two is now a woman – and his wife and young kids are standing happily by him. Thesun.co.uk (Archive)

Previously known as James Cohen

Josina Santos

Rita Giordano (September 22, 2017). Left in limbo: How trans people are dealing with proposed GOP cuts to care. Philly.com (Archive)

Previously known as Joseph Santos

Juliet Evancho

Eric Jukelevics (September 18, 2017). How Transgender Rights Were Represented on the Runway By Juliet Evancho and Designer Clio Sage. Teenvogue.com (Archive)

Lindsay Kimble (August 9, 2017). WATCH: Jackie & Juliet Evancho on Their Fight for Transgender Rights & President Trump’s Military Ban. People.com (Archive)

Judy Kurtz (August 9, 2017). Trump inauguration singer: Transgender ban another ‘disappointment’. Thehill.com (Archive)

Elizabeth Behrman (August 8, 2017). Transgender Pine-Richland students receive thousands as part of lawsuit settlement. Post-gazette.com (Archive)

Jill O’Rourke (August 5, 2017). Juliet Evancho Has Won A Victory In The Fight For Transgender Bathroom Rights. Aplus.com (Archive)

Natasha Lindstrom, Karen Price (July 21, 2017). Transgender students succeed in nixing Pine-Richland’s controversial bathroom policy. Triblive.com (Archive) (Archive)

Dave Quinn (July 20, 2017). Jackie Evancho Gets New TLC Special Examining Life with Transgender Sister Jackie. People.com (Archive)

Jeff Nelson (March 29, 2017). Trans Activist Juliet Evancho Opens Up About Her Sex Reassignment Surgery: ‘I Was Always a Girl — It’s a Dream Come True’. People.com (Archive)

Daniel Justin Gorski (March 29, 2017). Jackie Evancho’s Sister Juliet Missed Her Inauguration Performance to Undergo Sex Reassignment Surgery. Billboard.com (Archive)

Moriah Balingit (February 27). Transgender sister of inauguration singer Jackie Evancho wins injunction in bathroom lawsuit. Washingtonpost.com (Archive)

Dominic Holden (February 27, 2017). Transgender Sister Of Singer At Trump Inauguration Wins Federal Court Bathroom Ruling. Buzzfeed.com (Archive)

Max Kutner (February 26, 2017). Inauguration Singer Jackie Evancho Wants To Teach Donald Trump About Transgender Rights. Newsweek.com (Archive)

Kalhan Rosenblatt (February 23, 2017). Inauguration Singer Jackie Evancho and Transgender Sister Ask for Meeting With Trump. Nbcnews.com (Archive)

TMZ Staff (January 18, 2017). Jackie Evancho’s Transgender Sister Undergoing Reassignment. Tmz.com (Archive)

Katie Rogers (January 11, 2017). Juliet and Jackie Evancho, Bonding as Targets in a Trump Media Frenzy. Nytimes.com (Archive)

Althea Legaspi (January 11, 2017). Jackie Evancho’s Transgender Sister Won’t Be at Inauguration. Rollingstone.com (Archive)

Paula Reed Ward (December 2, 2016). Attorneys argue Pine-Richland bathroom resolution. Post-gazette.com (Archive)

News Staff (October 20, 2016). Transgender students file injunction demanding Pine-Richland halt ‘discriminatory’ policy. Post-gazette.com (Archive)

Elizabeth Behrman (October 15, 2016). Pine-Richland homecoming ‘like a dream’ for transgender student. Triblive.com (Archive)

Joe Mandak (October 6, 2016). Transgender Students Sue Pennsylvania District Restroom Rule. Usnews.com (Archive)

Rick Dayton (September 15, 2016). Transgender Pine-Richland Student: ‘I Really Don’t Feel Safe’. Pittsburgh.CbsLocal.com (Archive)

David Highfield (April 21, 2016). Singer’s Sister Weighs In On Pine-Richland School’s Transgender Bathroom Debate. Pittsburgh.CbsLocal.com (Archive)

Juliet Evancho (November 19, 2015). How One Girl Came Out as Transgender to Her Family — and the Entire World. Teenvogue.com (Archive)

Previously known as Jacob Evancho