11.When trans people and allies successfully collected more than 100,000 signatures and got the White House to respond to a petition calling for an end to trans and gay conversion therapy following the death of transgender teen Leelah Alcorn.
12.When Jazz Jennings' show premiered on TLC and she continued her reign as the most famous transgender teenager in the world.
13.When black trans women banded with Black Lives Matter to organize a National Day of Action on behalf of trans women of color.
14.When Chelsea Manning decided to blog from prison, and reveal her feelings about being forced to wear her hair short.
21.When trans activists challenged the erasure of trans women and gender-nonconforming people of color in Robert Emmerich's Stonewall, which led to a boycott and greater awareness of the role of trans people in queer history.
22.When trans journalist Thomas McBee took Vanity Fair to task for publishing a transgender special issue that did not have a single transgender writer.
25.When the trailer dropped for Happy Birthday, Marsha!, the trans-produced and trans-directed short film about legendary trans activist Marsha P. Johnson.
26.When Her Story, starring trans women Jen Richards and Angelica Ross, previewed at NewFest and everyone, including Laverne Cox, freaked out over how amazing it is. We can't wait until it premieres in 2016!