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Republican Rep. Jena Powell is the representative in the Ohio House of Representatives who reintroduced the bill focused on trans student athletics.

Proposed Ohio bill would prevent transgender athletes from playing on school sports teams

Ian Jameson Reporter April 18, 2021

Ohio’s statehouse is currently reviewing a bill focused on trans student athletes. Senate Bill 132, if passed, would require high schools, universities and private colleges to designate separate “single-sex”...

ASHFORD, ENGLAND - MARCH 10: A metropolitan police officer is seen at a disused paintball centre on Bears Lane, near Great Chart Golf and Leisure during an investigation into the disappearance of a woman, Sarah Everard, last week in South London, on March 10, 2021 in Ashford, England. Overnight, a Metropolitan police officer was arrested in connection with the case. Ms Everard, 33, from Brixton, London, has been missing since leaving a friends home in Clapham on Wednesday, March 3. She was last seen at about 21.30 GMT, wearing a green rain jacket, navy blue trousers with a white diamond pattern, turquoise and orange trainers, a white beanie hat and possibly wearing green earphones. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)

Police officer involved in Sarah Everard search removed from duties over ‘inappropriate graphic’

 (CNN) -- A London Metropolitan police officer who took part in the search for Sarah Everard has been removed from duties for sharing "an inappropriate graphic," the force has said."On Friday, 12...

BDSM Illustration

Kent gets kinky

Cameron Gorman January 27, 2016

The meetings in room 224 of Bowman Hall are mostly like any other student organization's — members joke, share personal anecdotes and talk about their shared interests.This club, however, has a strict...

From left to right, Janelle Nafziger, Jordin Manning, Kris Herman, Emmanuel Jackson, Suzy DEnbeau, Nick Larson, Rev. Avery Danage, Alice Freitas, Rev. Julie Blake Fisher and Moderator Kelvin Barry sit on a panel at the Kent Talk titled “Gender and Sexual Diversity in Religion” on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015.

KENTalks panel discusses gender and sexual diversity in Christianity

Kelly Powell November 18, 2015

Pastors, campus ministers, a professor and members of both Christian and LGBTQ student organizations, have been emailing and meeting in person to prepare for a presentation about their belief systems in...

Transgender awareness represented in Kiva

Samantha Nonno November 10, 2015

Issues on gender equality, as well as societal issues surrounding transgender people, were presented to students in the Kiva Tuesday night.Susan Stryker headlined the presentation, speaking about how transgender...

Kent State reacts to marriage equality

Neville Hardman July 30, 2015

On June 26, the Supreme Court determined marriage equality was the law of the land in a 5-4 ruling, and Portage County Public Records subsequently made changes to marriage licenses. The license, previously...

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