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University student Katy Casanova expelled for being trans

University student Katy Casanova expelled for being trans

Expelled for studying while trans Katy Casanova protests at the Universidad del Atlántico. A young student denounced the discrimination she suffered when the Universidad del Atlántico (Atlantic University), decided to expel her from the campus on the grounds that “homosexuality is a bad example for the other students”. The high school student, Katy Casanova who acknowledge […]

One suicide Two Murdered in Mexico

One suicide Two Murdered in Mexico

Year  after year transgender people worldwide end their lives because of hatred and rejection from society. In most cases this pain comes from being rejected by the general public. But sometimes that rejection comes from the ‘LGBT’ community for not ‘complying’ with the stereotypes that society dictates. A  young Mexican woman, Chanel Siqueiros, 24, had […]

Trans protest demanding the dismissal of Antonio Medina Trejo, PDR sexual diversity secretary

Trans protest demanding the dismissal of Antonio Medina Trejo, PDR sexual diversity secretary

Members of the Mexican trans community demanded the dismissal of Antonio Medina Trejo, secretary of Sexual Diversity of the PRD (Partido de la Revolución Democrática-Democratic Revolution Party), December 22. The group is accusing Trejo of issuing discriminatory and stigmatizing comments harmful to the transgender community. During a demonstration outside the headquarters of the PRD, in […]

New birth certificates for trans people in Tijuana, Mexico

New birth certificates for trans people in Tijuana, Mexico

Last December, 15 people from the trans community in Baja California received new birth certificates with corrected names and gender by the state commissioner of Sexual Diversity said Marin Jaime Rocha and by Tita Viveros, founder of the Unión de ‘Trans’ de las Californias (California’s ‘Trans’ Union). According to Rocha Viveros, they needed to travel […]