Thursday, February 28, 2008

Trans Rights March in San Francisco: Photos

Last June in San Francisco, the transgender exhibitionists marched through the streets, baring lots of things most of us would rather not see. But if the Transgender Rights Bill H1722 passes here in Massachusetts, such public behaviors will be protected as a CIVIL RIGHT anywhere and everywhere in the state -- at any time. They would be considered "gender identity or expression" -- which is left up to the individual to define!

From our new favorite website,

Trans March 2007: San Francisco, June 22, 2007
These photos were taken at the "Trans March" in San Francisco on June 22, 2007. The Trans March is, according to the event's own website, a gathering of "ftm, mtf, bayot, crossdressers, sadhin, hijra, transvestites, bantut, drag queens, drag kings, mahu, transsexuals, bakla, travesti, genderqueers, kathoey, two spirit, intersex and those with other labels for themselves and no labels for themselves, those who see gender as having more than two options, and those who live between the existing options." [Here are just some of zombietime's photos:]