Press Coverage

Taksier, Henry. “Transgender Discrimination: Business-As-Usual for Pennsylvania Transit.” Campus Progress, 22 Jul 2011.

McDonald, Natalie Hope. “SEPTA’S Transgender Debate.” Philadelphia Magazine’s G Philly, 1 Jun 2011.

Marder, Diana. “Transgender riders seek justice from SEPTA.” Philadelphia Inquirer, 28 Feb 2011.

Campisi, Anthony. “Protesters Take Up Gender Issue at SEPTA Capital Budget Meeting.” Plan Philly, 15 Dec 2010.

Fox 29. “SEPTA Riders Group Declare their Rights.” 15 Dec 2010.

Tawa, Steve. “Group Says Gender Stickers on SEPTA Passes are an Affront.” CBS Philadelphia 15 Dec 2010.

Thompson, Isaiah. “City Paper Choice 2010 Activism/Watchdogs.” Philadelphia City Paper 20 Oct 2010.

LoBasso, Randy. “PennDOT revises its controversial gender policy.” Philadelphia City Paper 28 Sept 2010.

Basgil, Tom. “Rage over SEPTA’s Transpasses policy.” OutinJersey.net 13 Apr 2010.

Colletta, Jen. “Protest turns spotlight on SEPTA.” Philadelphia Gay News 1 Apr 2010.

Schultheis, Emily. “Transpass protest: Gender’s a sticky issue.” Philadelphia Daily News/Philly.com 31 March 2010.

Zarya, Valentina. “Transgender Philadelphians protest SEPTA passes.” The Daily Pennsylvanian 30 March 2010.

Otterbein, Holly. “TG protesters to hit the streets at 4:45.” Clog, Philadelphia Citypaper Blog 30 March 2010.

Denvir, Daniel. “Transgender Community to Protest SEPTA’s “M” & “F” Stickers Today.” Philadelphia Weekly 30 March 2010.

Michael. “SEPTA Can Be A Drag.” Septa Watch Blog 29 March 2010.

Denvir, Daniel. “SEPTA’s Transpass Controversy Takes Centerstage.” Philadelphia Weekly 30 June 2009.

Michael. “SEPTA Citizen Advisory Committee does the right thing, recommends that SEPTA stop gender profiling.” Septa Watch Blog 10 July 2009.

Denvir, Daniel. “Trans Activists Win SEPTA Citizen Advisory Committee Support.” Philadelphia Weekly 2 July 2009.

Denvir, Daniel. “SEPTA’s Gender Discrimination.” Philadelphia Weekly 16 June 2009.

Tu, Alan. “Opponents to SEPTA’s male/female train pass labels emerge on Facebook.” WHYY, It’s Our City 2 June 2009.