Last Sunday saw the Thirteenth International Day of Remembrance for victims of Transgender violence. It is thus worth reflecting on the sometimes strained relationship between the feminist and transgender activist communities. Although many feminists, particularly of the third wave, embrace transwomen and transfeminism, there is a substantial community of primarily second wavers who are at best ambivalent, and at times outrightly hostile to trans* activism.
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