6 ways transgender women are helping deliver gender equality
According to a recent report from The National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs (NCAVP), titled Hate Violence Against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) and HIV-Affected Communities in the United States in 2012, trans women encounter disproportionate amounts of violence relative to cisgender women: “53.8% of  anti-LGBTQ homicide victims in 2012 were transgender women and 73.1% were people of color.”
To attain its ultimate goal of an equal rights amendment, the women’s movement must rise from a coalition of diverse communities. It must include and accept all women, cis and trans gender, to achieve endgame. So far, the victories won with the help of transgender women are extraordinarily impressive, especially for such a marginalized community.
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my parents definitely did not raise me to be a queer feminist filled with the wrath of a thousand enraged dragons and yet here i am
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When I’m somewhere and a bunch of little kids start running around:
"wait, are you a boy or a girl. i can’t tell."
good. i don’t want you to know. you aren’t allowed. i hope it keeps you awake at night for the rest of your life. i hope on your death bed you think of me and still have absolutely no idea. and your entire afterlife will be you in a room with only my face as your thoughts and an eternal sense of confusion.