Looking Better Than Ever
This story was sent to me. Sometimes they just don't get it.
NEW YORK - The Atlantic Transitional Foster Facility has been reprimanded for prohibiting a 17-year-old male from wearing dresses and skirts. A court ruled the city violated the rights of the foster-care teen. The teen, whose name was withheld because of his age, identifies himself as a female. He has been diagnosed with a gender identity disorder and is considered legally disabled. Representatives of the foster-care facility had argued the teen wore sexually provocative women's clothing in an all-male home. A spokeswoman for the Administration for Children's Services told The New York Times it had not yet received the decision but had moved the youth to a home where he can wear what he wants.
I Wonder If I Can Get Disability?
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