Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) is an American media watchdog organization that monitors and reports on media issues.

Selected transgender coverage

Escalante, Alyson (November 15, 2018). Transgender Lives Are Not Up for Debate. https://fair.org/home/transgender-lives-are-not-up-for-debate/

Jackson, Janine (March 16, 2017). ‘That Violence Against Our Community Is Often Not Told by Media.’ https://fair.org/home/that-violence-against-our-community-is-often-not-told-by-media/

Jones, Tegan (March 13, 2017). Covering the Critics of Conway, Not the Murders of Transgender Women. https://fair.org/home/covering-the-critics-of-conway-not-the-murders-of-transgender-women/

Hollar, Julie (March 1, 2014). When Transgender Is a Plot Twist. https://fair.org/extra/when-transgender-is-a-plot-twist/

Khalek, Rania (October 1, 2013). ‘I Am Chelsea Manning.’ https://fair.org/extra/i-am-chelsea-manning/

Hollar, Julie (February 14, 2013). On Transgender Healthcare, NYT Reports Tree, Ignores Forest. https://fair.org/home/on-transgender-healthcare-nyt-reports-tree-ignores-forest/

Hollar, Julie (April 1, 2013). Missing the Bigger Picture on Transgender Healthcare. https://fair.org/extra/missing-the-bigger-picture-on-transgender-healthcare/

Tady, Megan (June 1, 2012). Being Transgender in American Media. https://fair.org/extra/being-transgender-in-american-media/

Hollar, Julie (November 1, 2007). Transforming Coverage. https://fair.org/extra/transforming-coverage/

Staff report (July 8, 2005). New York Times Suggests Bisexuals Are ‘Lying.’ https://fair.org/take-action/action-alerts/new-york-times-suggests-bisexuals-are-quotlyingquot/


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