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Causing a fuss: Performing Trans visibility in N.L.

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“It is now that we must do the critical work to validate those who have come before us, to make sure that trans people in this province are no longer hidden from history.”

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Trans March in St. John’s “an important radical act”

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Province’s first-ever collectively organized Trans March takes over streets of downtown St. John’s a day ahead of the city’s annual Pride Parade.

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Free to be…you and me: Teaching children acceptance

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It’s harder than it might seem

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Trans-cending hate and ignorance

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Change is coming – determinedly, steadily and painfully – as the province moves to tackle transphobia

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Celebrating sexual and gender diversity

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On Tuesday St. John’s became the first Canadian city to raise the Trans Pride flag as part of its Pride Week celebrations, but the question remains: Are there enough colours in the spectrum to represent all the ways people identify in terms of sexual and gender orientation?

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Queer support line in the works for province

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Organizer returns to St. John’s with hopes of launching support service

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