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International Transgender Day of Visibility

International Transgender Day of Visibility

The Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual international event conducted on March 31 to celebrate the strength and accomplishments of the transgender community. This day is celebrated to honour transgender people, raise awareness about their hardships, and campaign for more protected rights for them in the hopes of reforming society and empowering this community, which it so well deserves.

Transgender people continue to face discrimination all across the world. For the'sin' of being born different, it has been subjected to enormous cruelty and discrimination in every corner of the world, whether on the work, in schools, or in society.

LGBTQ: The Freedom And Equality They Deserve!

Despite our success in promoting LGBTQ+ civil rights, too many transgender persons, both adults and children, continue to suffer institutional impediments to freedom and equality. Violence, harassment, and discrimination are common among transgender people of all ages.

While there are holidays dedicated to transgender persons who have suffered, International TransDayOfVisibility emphasises the positive elements of being transgender and takes immediate action to change the prejudices of those who do not understand transgender people. Here at Days of the Year, you can discover more about this festival and how to commemorate it.

As a result, the International Transgender Day of Visibility is all about putting transexuals in the spotlight on this day, educating people about what it means to be transgender, and attempting to eliminate transphobia. The Trans Student Educational Resource includes educational videos about trans people and how they live their lives.

This day invites people to discuss the challenges that trans, gay, lesbian, bisexual  and other individuals face and why it's vital to discuss them. It's a day of acknowledgment that allows people to learn about transgender people's history around the world, as well as a day dedicated to increasing acceptance for a minority population that seeks safety, understanding, and well-being. This event emphasises the necessity of transgender representation around the world, especially given the dangers that transgender and gender nonconforming persons experience on a daily basis.

Some of the facts!

A Gallup study found that 11.3 percent of LGBT adults identify as transgender. However, according to media advocacy organisation GLAAD, there are just 29 transgender characters across prime-time broadcast, cable, and streaming originals. GLAAD's Studio Responsibility Index reported no transgender characters in a big film for the third year in a row.

Nearly one-third of transgender people in the United States have been homeless at some point in their lives. Transgender people in the United States continue to encounter discrimination in the workplace, housing, health care, and public places. The epidemic of violence against transgender women, particularly transgender women of colour, is a stain on the conscience of our world. Because of the prejudices that some people hold regarding the transgender community, transgender groups have grown in popularity over the last several generations.

Through the successful stores!

Rachel Crandall, a Michigan-based transgender activist and the Executive Director of Transgender Michigan, launched Transgender Day of Visibility (or TDOV) in 2009. It began as a day of awareness to honour the accomplishments of transgender and gender nonconforming people, and it is a significant day for the LGBTQ community.

And finally, one of the best-selling authors in America, also an LQBTQ representative, Houston saint Andrews, is raising awareness about the challenges and issues faced by the community. He also the founder of the former GLAMM Magazine that represents the importance of the LGBTQ community. He wrote an autobiography that represents how he overcame his life’s challenges through the book, Houston Has a Problem

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