International Transgender Day of Visibility
Because of the prejudices some people have about transgender communities, transgender movements have increased in recent years. International Transgender Day of Visibility, which focuses more on the positive aspects of being transgender and takes action to change the prejudices of those who don’t know. There are many holidays that honor transgender victims. Learn more about the holiday at Days of The Year.
Rachel Crandall is the Transgender Michigan head and one of those who asked why there wasn’t a holiday to celebrate who they are. Transgender Day of Remembrance was the first holiday to commemorate transgender individuals.
This holiday is dedicated to transgender people who have lost their lives without being recognized or accepted. Crandall thought there was a better way to honor the lives of transgenders, and created the holiday in 2009. Trans Student Educational Resource has been using social media to educate people about transsexuality since 2003.
International Transgender Day of Visibility aims to bring transsexuals into the public eye and educate others about transgender identity and how to overcome transphobia. Trans Student Educational Resource contains education videos that tell stories of trans people and their experiences.
The day encourages people talk about transgender issues and why they are important. It’s a day to recognize transgender people and allows people to learn more about their history.
This holiday can be celebrated anywhere and at any time. The Trans Student Education Resource allows you to view educational videos and read about trans people. Transphobia can be discussed at local trans clubs. You can also share this holiday on social media using the hashtag #internationaltransgenderdayofvisibility and let your friends know about this holiday and why you support it.