A blossom pink world
Guyana Trans United’s ground-breaking campaign to repeal British colonial ‘buggery laws’ has found support from high-profile government officials. Activists share their experiences, hopes and aspirations as they challenge the legal framework that has led to transgender people not accessing the health services that they are entitled to, and need.
The campaign to repeal discriminatory laws is funded by The International HIV/AIDS Alliance through The Rapid Response Fund, a vital lifeline for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, that helps with urgent situations where they and men who have sex with men are facing stigma, discrimination and threats of violence that impact their access to HIV services.
The Rapid Response Fund is financed by the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
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