Transgender Louisianans and our allies ask only for the freedom to live authentically and for the rights and protections from discrimination that allow us to do so.Read More
Earlier this month, we went to Decadence in New Orleans. It was great to have such a young crowd join us this year for our first year participating in the parade! We can't wait for the costumes next year!Read More
Louisiana Trans Advocates wants to send our youth leaders to the 2019 Creating Change Conference in Detroit, but we need your help. Hear from our youth leaders Peyton, Elliot, and Alexander in their own words why investing in trans youth leadership is importantRead More
Shreveport, LA - Earlier today in Shreveport, a young transgender woman was murdered. She is sadly not the first transgender woman of color to be killed in Louisiana this year.Read More
Libraries have a long-standing history of fostering learning. Learning broadens our horizons, shapes our understanding of the world, and allows us to evolve. You wouldn’t move through the world as you do without being taught how to navigate through it.Read More
Since the days of our founding, Louisiana Trans Advocates has been a home to strong and resilient trans people throughout our state who work hard to support each other in our everyday lives and advocate for the rights of our community.Read More
On Saturday, May 26, members of Louisiana Trans Advocates gathered for our annual statewide membership convention in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
At the convention, Louisiana Trans Advocates' membership voted to elect Dylan Waguespack to serve as President of the Board. Alexander Andersen was elected to serve as Vice-President of the Board.Read More
All children deserve a family. Too many LGBTQ youth come out to family members only to face rejection, hatred, and violence. Those facing the most extreme levels of family rejection and maltreatment are often forced out of their homes, or will run away, becoming homeless or entering the foster care system.