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GENDER EQUALITY

From the column: "Nothing can change the wrongs of the past, but we can learn from them and refuse to repeat them."
From the column: "As we enter this critical stage in this election cycle, perhaps AAUW policy positions will enlighten your ballot choices."
From the column: "Don't give me that old maxim that a woman's logic is affected by menstrual cycles and menopause; that's a bad joke."
After Fourth of July festivities were canceled, the city plans a big celebration on the last summer holiday.

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"One of the things that I love about Duluth is that we're such an open and loving city," said one artist involved with this year's events. "Kids do feel safe being who they are."
Prior to a School Board vote on gender identity curriculum, community members expressed their support for inclusion with a march.
The decision followed an hour and a half of public comment.
From the column: "She is not being treated as a woman. She is housed with men. She is regularly exposed to abuse. She faces a much greater likelihood of violence and mistreatment than cisgender people."
Girls' high school sports participation has increased more than 1,000% since, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Collegiate sport participation jumped more than 500%.
From the column: "In 2022, previous adverse rulings are being reviewed and rescinded, allowing Title IX to again execute its original intent."

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It's a potential bright spot for Democrats heading into the Nov. 8 midterm elections, when Republicans are broadly favored to win a majority of at least one chamber in Congress.
The abortion bans that would go into effect would prosecute providers, such as doctors, or pharmacists who provide abortion-inducing pills.
As transgender people’s rights have been debated and then eliminated at the state level, trans people themselves have become dehumanized and their status erased.

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