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Young adultsĀ  fiction, it can pleasanlty be read also by adults.

Well written, it describes the difficulties of two adolescents who have to cope with difference and gender.

 

It’s happening….somewhere else!

News from Argentina. A law has been voted for transpeople, one of the more modern laws on the subject. Somewhere else something is moving.

A world light years from here

I managed to tee a documentary from BBC Three – Sam and Evan: From Girls to Men (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01605z2) and I suddenly realized what it means “public service” and national televA

A documentary that makes people think and that may help trans teens.

No judgment but a story, simply narrated by the people who are living it.

Something that will never happen in this country. It will never be the national TV service to broadcast such a story in a time different from late at night, because children and teens might be hurt or influenced.

Gays have no place in public tv, imagine transpeople.

 

The story itself narrates the difficulties of two teen transmen, their lives, their ambitions, their emotions. Simply.

I would be glad to pay for a television which is of service, but that’s not the case in my country.

Protect yourself: act simply!

The effective Lila’s campaign on World Aids Day.

You can find it HERE