gender http://wfpl.org en Beyond Pink and Blue: Rebecca Grant, Defining Fairness http://wfpl.org/post/beyond-pink-and-blue-rebecca-grant-defining-fairness <p>Rebecca Grant was a Staff Sergeant in the Army National Guard. Twelve years into her military career, a fellow soldier found and circulated a picture of her wearing a dress. The Army took issue with the photo because she had enlisted and had been serving as maleā€”her biological sex.<br><br>Rebecca is now the president of <a href="http://www.siennatg.org/">Sienna</a>, a transgender social, educational and support group, and has come out as transgendered and a lesbian. But embracing her identity hasn't been without challenges. "Right now, I'm able to still marry, let's say, my partner, a female, legally," she explains. "But once I have my sex change, I would not have that opportunity. And that seems completely wrong." Thu, 24 May 2012 10:30:00 +0000 Laura Ellis 421 at http://wfpl.org Beyond Pink and Blue: Rebecca Grant, Defining Fairness