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It’s about feeling safe with doctors and knowing that even for a quick visit, the staff will help the transgender patient feel at home.
Pittsburgh therapist Bob Moore counsels LGBT clients and is part of a group practice called the Center for Relational Change.
The ACLU-PA has recognized the dire need for more education and advocacy around transgender rights, especially given the lack of non-discrimination protections here in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The Trans Justice Program aims to pave the way for the passage of statewide, comprehensive non-discrimination protections, which is a top priority for the ACLU of Pennsylvania and an issue we have worked on for more than a decade.
“He’s a good person and loves people and cares about people and loves me in a way that I never expected I would find.
To me, that was everything.” In early 2014, Alex took the first step in his transition and began hormone replacement therapy at a local clinic.
Jess said she never hesitated to support him when he decided to transition.
“It was absolute certainty to for me that I wasn’t going anywhere,” Jess said.
For far too many in the transgender community, high‐quality, affirming, and culturally competent health care is hard to find.But, he said, just as he was getting to the part about identifying as transgender, she cut him off and surprised him.“She said, ‘Wait--are you going to change your body to match your mind? “She was excited, and I wasn’t prepared for that.” But by far his biggest advocate, Alex said, is his wife.Before he started transitioning, Alex flew home to Nebraska to tell his mother.He wrote a speech on his phone, complete with bullet points, and prepared to deliver it.