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Transgender Day of Visibility

Discrimination is something that too many people face in their daily lives. The extreme level of discrimination that transgender people deal with worldwide, can, and has, cost lives. I will never truly understand what it’s like to be transgender, I won’t pretend I can. I know what it’s like to feel completely separate from the world, and that was tough enough.

Our hope is that this post helps someone feel seen. Helps someone that has been rejected for being them, feel included and accepted. Jeni and I, identify as human rights activists because we believe in human rights for all. A level of protection for all people, regardless of skin colour, religion, personal identity, background or birth gender.

Today is the International Transgender Day of Visibility. A day for transgender people to feel seen and accepted for the individuals they are. It’s a hard road, I have absolutely no doubt, but if you can ... be true to you.

There is a quote that says “It’s better to have loved and lost, than to never have been in love at all”. I think it should be “It’s better to fight for a life you love, than never to find that life at all”.

We see you ❤️🫂❤️

Image description: Three people on a balcony overlooking a nature themed background. The colours of the people represent the colours of the transgender pride flag. The text “International Transgender Day of Visibility” is also representing the colours of the pride flag.

All our best and love

Ross Fraser and Jeni Dern


Written by – Ross Fraser

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