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Yesterday proved to be a historic day for the transgender community as five openly transgender candidates won elections in Virginia, Minnesota, California, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania, winning seats on school boards, on city councils, and in a state house.
Voter turnout was strong and the nation sent a clear and loud message that they are not satisfied with the status quo and that things need to change.
This was yet another blatant attempt to erase the trans population from existence, but once again the action was rebuffed by outraged Americans.
These are but a few examples of the gains we’ve made the past year, and I’m sure I’ve missed some.
The election last November was a historic day for the transgender community as seven openly transgender candidates won elections across the nation, winning seats on school boards, city councils, and in a state house.
Voter turnout was strong and Americans sent a clear and loud message that the Trump Administration’s agenda of hate and discrimination is not working and is not endorsed by a growing number of Americans.
Trump’s dismal approval rating, along with the large number of Republican House members opting not to run for reelection, have paved the way for a major shakeup in the House.
Gaining control of the Senate is more of a longshot, but still within range.
Another major victory was achieved when the courts, and public opinion, ruled against Trump’s proposed ban against transgender people serving openly in the military.
Marshall is well known for his anti-trans beliefs, having proposed a bathroom bill earlier this year to restrict access to public bathrooms for trans people.
During the campaign Marshall continually misgendered Roem by using male pronouns.
Looking back at 2017 it’s difficult to see it as anything but a disastrous year for the transgender community, and to feel a great deal of trepidation about what 2018 has in store for us.
As a community we certainly faced many challenges last year and it’s easy to get caught up in all the negativity and feel a sense of hopeless or frustration seeing so much of what we gained under previous administrations being undone by Trump, but there is reason to be hopeful.