trans-logoThis Sunday, November 20th, marks the annual event in which we remember those who’s lives have been taken from them because society could not accept their chosen gender.
Some of these people have been murdered in brutal ways, others took their own lives because they could no longer cope. Either way, it is a human tragedy, and one which is showing no signs of going away.
It can only be a good thing that the Transgender Day of Remembrance is commemorated, however, whilst we all may take a moment out of our day on Sunday, these problems are around us every day, and the souls who have been lost should never, ever be forgotten.

If you would like to attend a vigil locally, please have a look at the poster belowLUCY A4 LEAFLET jan to may

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