TransLiance Celebrates the Transgender Day of Visibility

From Transliance: Transgender Day of Visibility (TVoD) is an international event typically held on March 31st. It is dedicated to recognizing the resilience and accomplishments of the transgender community. . On this day, we celebrate the trans people amongst us, raise awareness about the struggles that they face, and advocate for more protected rights for them in a bid to reform society and empower this community — as it so rightfully deserves. Let’s join hands together with the trans community to celebrate not ‘fitting in’ when we all yearn to stand out!

On March 31st we will join Reverend Sally Stewart in a Transgender Day of Visibility Renewal of Baptism. The service will be held at the Felton Community Church, 101 E Main St, Felton, DE 19943 .  The Renewal of Baptism and the Celebration of a New Name is for our Transgender and Non-Binary Siblings in Christ.  This service is open to all. We invite friends, family and allies to join. All are invited no matter where you fit or don’t fit on the gender spectrum. Regardless of name change or birth certificate change status.

We will also honor TVoD on 03/26/2022 at CAMP Rehoboth 7 pm , 37 Baltimore Ave, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

We invite allies, Friends, family, educators, education administrator, School board representatives, parents, healthcare providers and politicians. We encourage our LGBTQIA+ friends to join together in our fight. Come find out about our struggles. Find out about the issues we face getting health care and insurance coverage. Hear, first hand, how inconsistent school policies unfairly impact trans/non-binary, gender fluid and gender nonconforming people.

2022 is poised to be one of the worst years on record for anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation. In 2020 there were 79 anti-trans bills by 2021 that nearly doubled to 147. By January 2022 there were 280 proposals in statehouses across the country aimed at some of the most vulnerable members of the LGBTQ+ community. Mostly based on flawed studies, speculation and misinformation That’s according to a comprehensive study released Thursday by the Human Rights Campaign, one of the country’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer civil rights groups, which looked at dozens of proposals pushed by lawmakers last year.

Come find out how you can help stop the hate and misunderstanding that is driving this conservative movement.

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