DoD Transgender Implementation Handbook
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A new Department of Defense handbook on transgender persons
released Friday instructs service members to be “sensitive” of each other’s
preferred pronouns and warns against making “assumptions” about
another person’s gender.

The handbook also states that anti-transgender “bias” will not be tolerated
and suggests that “attitudes, or comments that marginalize transgender
Service members” may constitute harassment.

The 71-page handbook is meant to facilitate the full integration of
transgender persons into the U.S. military, in accordance with a policy
change in June allowing transgender individuals to openly serve in the
armed forces.

The handbook covers topics such as bathroom policies and gender
transition procedures and includes a section on “Bullying and
Harassment.”

NOTE: The Army will publish updates to regulations when ready
For more information read DODI 1300.28

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