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London to hold annual Transgender Day of Remembrance

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  1. Sinead Harkin 18 Nov 2013, 11:27pm

    One day I hope there will be no need to have a Transgender Day of Remembrance if no one is murdered or driven to suicide.RIP 238 lives cut short

  2. Croydon Guy 20 Nov 2013, 12:04am

    For other London vigils for TDoR, and several across the UK, readers can look at http://www.TDoR.org.uk.
    [From TDoR webmaster.]

  3. Helge Vladimir Tiller 20 Nov 2013, 7:11pm

    Transsexual and transgender people – You are the ones who should receive more support,you are the ones who should be more understood. If a person don’t love you – he / she is not human .For so many years you have been mistreated in societies everywhere in Our World. For so many years you have been misjudged by religion and politicians.
    My thoughts go to each and everyone of you ! And —to a friend of mine ( MtF ) who had to flee to Denmark in 1969 because she was terrorized in Norway. (Later ; sex reassignment surgery in London. Paid the expenses herself.) Thank you, Jane, for teaching me so much about life and humanity !—-LOVE TO YOU ALL ! ( Norway )

    1. Helge Vladimir Tiller 25 Nov 2013, 6:53pm

      I’ve really got some “thumbs down” for these words. Jane-she lives in Denmark today, can tell you her life story. She opened my mind ! I consider “thumbs down” ’cause of what I have written here, as a fascistic action. ( Did gay persons do that ?)

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