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Midtown »

Kryzie King's lawyer said that her hair was a large part of her identity as a transgender woman.

Civic Center »

Kryzie King said she thought Myls Dobson, 4, was faking injury moments before he died.

Woodside »

The man attacked a transgender woman with a hammer after he failed to take her purse, police said. 

Central Harlem »

The bill is expected to be signed by the mayor and will go into effect Jan. 1, 2017.

East Harlem »

Clinton offered support to Pearl Love, a transgender activist who was attacked on the 4 train.

SoHo »

The Leslie-Lohman Museum is hosting a reception for "Trans and the Notion of Risk" on April 22.

Central Harlem »

Delores Nettles says James Dixon should face more than 12 years and a hate crime charge.

West Village »

Police released photos of a suspect wanted for a sexual assault in the bathroom at the Stonewall Inn.

West Village »

A transgender woman was attacked in the bathroom of historic gay bar The Stonewall Inn, police said.

Chelsea »

Mayor Bill de Blasio's order "affirms the right of someone to follow through on their own identity."

Central Harlem »

Transgender activist Jennifer Louise Lopez was attacked on a northbound D train on Jan. 30.

West Village »

Activists and health workers want more services and outreach, especially for trans people of color.

Bed-Stuy »

Kelly, 35, was well known for her literary work and advocacy in the transgender community, friends said.

West Village »

Unable to get GENDA through the Legislature, Cuomo created regulations with transgender protections.

Kingsbridge »

Kim Watson argued that if she were deported to her Barbados homeland, she would face torture.