End Transgender Discrimination – Take This Transgender Survey

This is important enough that I’ll make do without literary decorations – Take this transgender survey [update, survey has now been taken down] to help end transgender discrimination before you continue reading.

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Right, now you’re back from the transgender survey [update, survey has now been taken down] you took. You did take the survey, right?
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When we are divided we are powerless. A lone transgendered voice is soon silenced, her bruised and beaten body left untended on the side of the road. For years we have experienced transgender discrimination – whether we are part time crossdressers or post-op transsexuals we have all felt the burden when our gender identity does not meet societies expectations.

This treatment is reserved for the lucky ones who are brave enough to live their life with freedom from their own judgement. Yet it is as we take the first steps to self acceptance that we collide with the intolerance and hate in society. For many of you the intolerance is not just a drunk heckling at the bar, it’s your employer firing you. It’s not just nasty comments from a teenager in the mall, it’s your landlord evicting you.

This is unacceptable in a free society.

And for some about to begin their journey of self discovery, the threat of being left desolate keeps you from finding who you really are. Your life is lead in a half-chorus. Singing stoically along, but never rising to the hallelujah’s. Clapping out of tune, and too ashamed to dance.

This is unacceptable in a free society.

There is a historic survey of the transgendered community, sponsored by NCTE and NGLTF. By understanding your experience they can work to end transgender discrimination. Please, if you have a few minutes take this survey and stand up for transgender rights [update, survey has now been taken down].

Should crossdressers care about transgender rights?

I recently wrote about crossdressing action that encourages crossdressers to stand strong with their transsexual and transgendered brothers and sisters. If you are a crossdresser who has never thought about transgendered rights please read this.You may not be willing to risk being outed, or have the financial means to support a transgender organization, but surely you can spare five minutes to make your voice heard online?

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Vanessa Law is a women enjoying the freedom to be who she is every moment of her life!

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  1. Bobbie jo says:

    I have dressing for a long time off and on, now I live as a woman and also taking hormones for the last year and a half.When I started I had some close friends.When they found out they don’t talk to me anymore.I lost them but found others.I lived the first 50 as a man but that was a lie.Now I live my as a woman.

  2. Bobbie jo says:

    I have dressing for a long time off and on, now I live as a woman and also taking hormones for the last year and a half.When I started I had some close friends.When they found out they don’t talk to me anymore.I lost them but found others.I lived the first 50 as a man but that was a lie.Now I live my as a woman.

  3. BobbiFaye says:

    I dress as a woman as much as i can and my wife helps me i feel that is the real me when iam dressed and people treats me like a woman andf i love it and never want to live as a man fulltime
    Thank you
    BobbiFaye

  4. I love dressing in women’s clothes i all the time because i enjoy doing it.

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