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Transgender Advocates Challenge Guyana’s Colonial Cross-Dressing Laws

Transgender Advocates Challenge Guyana’s Colonial Cross-Dressing Laws

Transgender advocates stymied by openly transphobic lower court judges have brought their case to the court of last resort hoping to void, or at least amend Guyana’s Colonial Cross-Dressing Laws. The battle officially began in 2009 for Quincy McEwan, Angel Clarke, Peaches Fraser and Isabella Persaud when they and three others were arrested for wearing clothing in line […]