It’s your right to live as the gender(s) you know yourself to be. You should be able to present, dress or behave as you like and be treated with dignity and respect. If someone reacts negatively towards you, it’s not your fault and you should never feel (or be made to feel) that you are responsible for transphobia directed at you.
What Are My Rights?
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- Really excellent talk from Paul Iganski proposing a preventive public health approach to hate crime at #inhs2016 conference
- Really fascinating talk by Gail Mason questioning the results we should ask hate crime laws to produce, here at #inhs2016 conference
- #KnowYoureNotAlone, get help if it is happening to you- @camdentalking raising awareness of domestic abuse https://t.co/r6E3LJNR8x