Today is The Transgender Day of Visibility TDOV and GLAAD is celebratorily commemorating it with a video and hashtag #ILoveBeingTransBc I’d like to share this positive spin on our transness during what I hope we will be known in retrospect as the worst days we have ever had in the United States.
#ILoveBeingTransBc our community has always been truly awesome and to have been given an opportunity to watch us grow and prosper through the decades has been wonderful.
#ILoveBeingTransBc I’ve shared in trans peoples lives all around the world. From Russia to Austrailia to South America, the Arab Levant, and Africa we all long for the same things. I love that many of the people with whom I interact with have found refuge and asylum while sharing their perspective about the process right here on our planet.
#ILoveBeingTransBc each individual who transitions becomes an invaluable part of our lives and yet another link in our global community. With the advent of social media, we have dispensed with boundaries politically, socially and politically. When politicians like Trump shake their rattles I think first of our family in those areas and how his war on the world will affect them.
Tomorrow is Trans Day of Visibility! @glaad is doing an #ILoveBeingTransBc campaign to spread positivity and love in the trans community! I’m so privileged to use my visibility to uplift my trans community and family. #BLACKTRANS? #TransIsBeautiful #TransDayOfVisibility pic.twitter.com/YfX32Gpu9a
— ArtsyQ (@ArtsyQ2) March 31, 2018
3 years ago I shared my first selfie for #TDOV
I was closeted, scared, and totally overwhelmed! But I powered ahead and slowly things got better and easier ?
— Mia Violet (@OhMiaGod) March 31, 2018
Two organisations working so hard in Kenya and East Africa so everyone can be visible. Give them support on #TransDayOfVisibility @eastafricatrans and @Jinsiangu #TDOV #TDOV2018 pic.twitter.com/EYss1ttc9q
— Sidney & Friends (@SidneyKenyaFilm) March 31, 2018
— ASPolice LGBT+ (@ASPoliceLGBT) March 29, 2018