Trans rights and activism have become a lot more widely known in the last year or two, and that’s inevitably spread to celebs too. Here are a few amazing celebs who’ve publicly stood up for trans rights.
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— Juno Dawson (@junodawson) June 9, 2016
I’VE BEEN DYING TO TELL YOU THIS FOR *AGES*! https://t.co/n8c8DquoQg
— Juno Dawson (@junodawson) June 6, 2016
So honored to have gotten to participate in a press conference calling for our lawmakers to pass the LGBT Data Inclusion Act #LGBTData. The bill calls for the federal government to include sexual orientation and gender identity in all federal surveys most notably the census. Currenrly we don’t know how many LGBT folks there are in the US because we don’t ask, we don’t count LGBT Americans. But everyone should count. LGBT folks would voluntarily provide this information and the information is confidential. Ask your representatives to support the passage of this bill so that all Americans quite literally are counted. #TransIsBeautiful #translivesmatter #lgbt #LGBTData
Lady Gaga’s ‘Born This Way’ was the first number single to contain the word ‘transgendered’.
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