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There are many people out there just like you. You will always be loved for whoever you are. Trans healthcare is a major headache for rural Australians It can be tough for trans people in the bush, but there are signs of things getting better. Signout Register Sign in. Sexuality home Agenda Fast lane Mardi Gras. Previous Next Show Grid. Previous Next Hide Grid. A newspaper in Wagga Wagga has drawn the spotlight in a debate about free speech and inclusivity after posting a poll in a story about a local trans woman's participation in a women's soccer team.
The poll was removed from the online article Friday morning. Unsupportive coaches, teams and clubs can alienate trans Australians from community sports groups.
When bots and trolls can artificially amplify a message across social media, how do we tell what "ordinary" people genuinely think? It can be tough for trans people in the bush, but there are signs of things getting better..
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