Seventh Circuit Strikes Down Ban On Hormone Treatment For Transgender Prisoners
Last week, the Seventh Circuit struck down Wisconsin's " Inmate Sex Change Prevention Act ," which, as the name suggests, prohibits transgendered prisoners from receiving hormone therapy and other medical treatments which cause their physical characteristics to match their gender identity.
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#1 Aug 9, 2011
Very Good! The 7th C of A didn't swallow the nonsense that GID is a made up problem. For someone who lives with it, it's a calamity that cries out for relief. Denying that relief is tatamount to torture as was noted in the article.
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