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Have you been discriminated against in a place of public accommodation, within the last six months, because you are transgender?



It is illegal in Pennsylvania to discriminate against transgender, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and queer people in public accommodations. A public accommodation is any place that sells things or provides services to the general public.


  • Gyms + recreation areas

  • Hotels + motels + diners 

  • Stores

  • Clinics + hospitals

  • Barbershops + beauty parlors

  • Museums + theatres

  • Educational institutions + libraries

  • Banks

  • Transportation

Find out more about your rights by accessing the resources listed below. 

** Different laws apply to discrimination against you as an employee of a place of public accommodation, rather than as a customer.

Know Your Rights as Trans Pennsylvanians 


Follow one of these steps if you believe you have been discriminated against. 

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