Support for SB 396

RE: Support for SB 396 – Transgender Work Opportunity Act   The Sacramento LGBT Community Center strongly supports SB 396 (Lara), which would require employers with 50 or more employees to provide training and education regarding harassment based on gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation to all supervisory [...]

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Audrey first came to the Center because she heard that it was a great place to receive resources, meet people and get involved. She was new to town and was working a lot, with little opportunity to socialize or interact in a LGBT friendly environment. She started attending the 20-somethings [...]

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Miller grew up in a rigid and oppressive household in the greater Sacramento area and found himself feeling very alone and misunderstood at a young age. He first came out in 7th grade and continued doing year after year because his family consistently rejected his identity and feelings. Miller’s family [...]

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In early 2015, Eli realized he was living in a constant state of numbness; he was never sad nor truly happy either. He had no interest in food, preferred isolation and wished he could stay in bed all day. Eli did some soul-searching. He decided he should try embracing his [...]

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