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Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance to remember all killed by transphobic violence

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  1. Jerry Dalton 20 Nov 2013, 3:03pm

    I live in a small town in Illinois and since I started wearing the clothes I feel most comfortable in the police sit in front of my house and watch me when I’m outside , my neighbor shoots his bow and arrow at the back of my house with the polices blessing and I’m having to go to court in January over my dogs being a nuisance. Clearly I’mdealing with a lot of harassment and discrimination but I made a promise to look after my dad and can’t leave. So I document rverything and if God forbid anything should happen to me. Someone will know why.

    1. Helge Vladimir Tiller 20 Nov 2013, 7:41pm

      You, JERRY DALTON, are a wonderful person who believe in yourself. Honest and righteous. Do not give in to discrimination and hatred- Your dad admire your strength. I wish you a bright future. Love from Norway–and The Whole World !

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