Here’s some medicinal headway for trans rights:
The American Medical Association is calling on health insurers to cooperate with doctors in providing proper care to meet transgender patients’ needs.
Resolutions 114, 115 and 122 were passed by the AMA’s House of Delegates at its annual conference in Chicago, which concludes today. Noting that Gender Identity Disorder is an internationally recognized medical condition, the Delegates highlight the need to combat the emotional pain and physical incongruity associated with gender dysphoria with proper access to mental health services, hormone treatments, and surgical procedures.
Now, if only everyone had insurance…