For the trans community, Alex Ash says the year is bookended by two significant dates.
On March 31, the community celebrates Trans Day of Visibility — its right to exist, to be joyful and safe. In November, though, is Trans Day of Remembrance.
“We have to grieve the lives of our trans siblings we’ve lost in the course of a year because there is still so much violence put upon our community,” said Ash, board chair for the non-profit Chroma New Brunswick in Saint John.
A wave of anti-trans legislation, including restriction of gender-affirming care and the banning of drag shows, has been making headlines in the
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