The Decaturish Podcast talks to transgender advocate Vandy Beth Glenn about the power of being ‘out’

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 29, 2018

Vandy Beth Glenn. Source: http://vandybethglenn.com/

Not many people have their own Wikipedia page or court precedent named after them, but Vandy Beth Glenn has both. Glenn was fired from her job with the Georgia General Assembly after telling her boss she was transgender. Glenn fired back with a lawsuit and that litigation – titled Glenn v. Brumby – is used to defend the rights of transgender individuals throughout the country. Glenn shared her story with us and talked about the power of being “out” as a transgender woman.

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Dan Whisenhunt is editor and publisher of Decaturish.com. https://www.linkedin.com/in/danwhisenhunt

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