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Dec 29, 2013 from United States
On August 27th, I attended the vigil for Islan Nettles in Harlem NY. She was a 21 year old black woman who was beaten into a coma ten days earlier by a man who just discovered she was transgender.
Bangkok, Thailand is going to give me a space to voice my belief in the power of sharing knowledge and experiences between Africa and Asia to reach zero new HIV infection.Speaking in the International
"Every step is a fight
Every breath a small victory
A sheet of paper a milestone
A pay slip, a dream that was feared to never come true."
People from the LGBTIQ community across Karnataka and their supporters celebrated alternate sexuality at the Bangalore Pride Festival (http://www.bangalorepride.com) held from 18th - 28th November 201
Nov 22, 2010 from United States
It is Monday night, and almost a holiday. I thought it was still the first week in November. It may be true that I think more about timelessness than I do about time.
The Global Forum on MSM & HIV has called on Nepal’s Home Ministry to issue "third sex" citizenship cards to transgender people in accord with a 2007 Supreme Court decision.
Aug 04, 2010 from United States
I was not raised religious.
May 26, 2010 from Sri Lanka
In celebration of COLOMBO PRIDE 2010
is proud to present
RAINBOW RUNWAY 2010
THE FIRST FASHION SHOW OF ITS KIND IN SOUTH ASIA
20th June 2010
7 PM ONWARDS
May 06, 2009 from Colombia
My Gender Workbook by Kate Borstein is a written by a transgender and explores the gender roles in our society.