Transgender Voters Left in Cold With Patchwork of ID Laws

Kit Yan, a slam poet from New York who performs in English, Chinese and even Hawaiian Creole to enthusiastic audiences on the college tour, is confident on stage, but not when he goes to the voting booth. His shtik is his Asian race and gender identity, a topic he knows well. Yan, who is transgender, was born a woman but for a decade has lived as a man. "It just throws people for a loop," said Yan, 28. "I have trouble at the polling booth with people not believing that it's me." A study from...Full Story
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