A hundred years ago, half the U.S. population wasn't allowed to vote in presidential elections. Now, a black man runs the White House, and women are running for President.
We've come a long way in some regards, but there's still a long way to go in creating a society where your rights don't depend on your gender or race.
Consider what it means to be transgender. We do that in this segment, with Aydin Olson-Kennedy, a Clinical Social Worker at the Los Angeles Gender Center and Dr. Johanna "Jo" Olson-Kennedy, Medical Director for the Center for Transyouth Health & Development at the Children’s Hospital in L.A.