Pass Bill C-279 - The Trans Rights Bill

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Yannick Poirier
9 years ago
I believe that trans people's rights should be protected.

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Isabelle Lamontagne
9 years ago
I may be cisgendered (although not straight), but it should never matter what someone's identity is, people are people and they deserve to be treated like human being.

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Cathy Harrison
9 years ago
The sooner all people are granted basic protections under the law the sooner this world will be a better place to live.

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Lakota Harrison
9 years ago
I am an androgyne. I cannot say this without fear. It's high time equal rights really did mean equal.

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Alison Telford
9 years ago
I am a transwoman, and proud to be one.

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Donald Palmieri
9 years ago
People have the right to live without fear, discrimination, or any other reason that makes them uncomfortable or fearful. Any modern society government should do it's part to ensure all it's citizens, especially those who are law abiding, have equal rights.

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Andrea ( Andrew) McCreadie
9 years ago
I have Gender Identity dysphoria and am seeking to transition into the woman I should have been since birth. I believe that every one is entitled to live their lives with out fear of hate and discrimination.

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Katy Craggs
9 years ago
Becuase everyone has a right to be themselves :)

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Акио Фэрис
9 years ago
I'm trans guy so I want to support T" people.

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R Stanford
9 years ago
I have seen people discriminated against for this very reason in the workplace and refused jobs. Any nation who wishes to be free and equal must do so not only for the majority but also for the minority which is often overlooked