>> We will not be erased.>> Transgender Americans and their supporters took their message to the streets.>> Trans rights are human rights.>> And rallied straight to President Trump's doorstep on Monday.>> Donald Trump has got to go.>> Angered by a report in the New York Times that his administration is trying to roll back transgender rights.
>> We're looking at it, we have a lot of different->> Looking to redefine it?>> Concepts right now, they have a lot of different things happening with respect to transgender right now. You know that as well as I do and we're looking at it very seriously.>> We will not be erased.
>> The Times reported on Sunday that Trump's government is considering a move to strictly define gender as being only male or female and unchangeable once it's determined at birth. Such an interpretation would reverse the expansion of transgender rights that happened under President Barack Obama's administration.>> If you come for LGBTQ people, we are coming for you on Election Day.
>> Donald Trump has got to go.>> Outraged by the possible rollback of protections, transgender people and LGBTQ advocates are vowing to fight back at the polls when Americans vote in the congressional midterm elections on November 6th.>> They can keep coming at us. We will keep standing up.
We will beat them. We will not be erased.>> The Trump Administration has sought to ban transgender people from military service. It's also rescinded guidance to public schools recommending that transgender students be allowed to use the bathroom of their choice.>> What you really need.>> Justice.>> Most transgender people say they live with the profound sense that the gender assigned to them at birth was wrong.
And that they felt compelled to transition to the opposite sex, while others live a gender-fluid life.>> Trans rights are human rights.>> Psychiatrists no longer consider being transgender a disorder.>> Stand up, fight back.>> When trans rights are under attack, what do we do?>> Stand up, fight back.