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“Trans? Fine by me” fosters discussion about LGBTQ-plus community

Pride Alliance and Women’s Action Coalition hosted a seminar titled “Trans? Fine by me,” on Wednesday Oct. 8 to a packed audience in Newton Hall.

Sparked by a recent incident involving hostility against a transgender student in Geneseo, the event was held to bring awareness to the campus community and Geneseo faculty members, as well as show support to those who identify as transgender.

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