Latest on Truthout: “Afro-Brazilian Trans Women Fight Pervasive Racialized Misogyny”

Dália Costa, a transgender college student, was attending an eventcentering on LGBT inclusivity at the Federal University of Pernambuco’s Recife campus in Brazil this past March. As she was walking to the bus stop with some friends after the event, she was berated by a cis man who constantly asked her and her friends if she was a woman. Disliking Dália’s response, when she walked away, the man threw a stone at her and punched her face. She said the man was joined by other attackers, who during the physical assault, touched her inappropriately and threatened to “break her face.” Read more at Truthout.

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