Invite Your Trans Friends for the Holidays

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The holidays can be rough for anyone. However, imagine navigating the holidays after being ostracized by your friends and family. This is a reality for many transgender people.

I am one of the fortunate ones, partly because I came out later in life, and partly because I have an amazing group of friends and family. I won’t be alone during the holidays because my friends and I always gather…

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An autistic, gay, transgender man writing about LGBTQ issues, focused on the transgender community. (He/Him) https://glbalend.medium.com/membership

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An autistic, gay, transgender man writing about LGBTQ issues, focused on the transgender community. (He/Him) https://glbalend.medium.com/membership

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