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11/19/2010

12th Annual International Transgender Day of Remembrance

by Jeremy Hooper

Because people like Andrea Lafferty still blanket the world with warnings like this one...

She warns that if the Democrats are successful [with ENDA], it will "change the laws in 38 states and require schools to hire transgendered teachers." The "ultimate goal," she adds, is to "force churches and other Christian groups to have to hire homosexuals and transgendered individuals." [SOURCE]

...today, we remember all who have suffered under, struggled with, and fought back against that blanket's cruel weight:

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