Associated Press speaks to GLAAD's Tiq Milan about transgender advocacy

The Associated Press spoke with several LGBT advocacy organizations, including GLAAD, about the work that needs to be done in transgender advocacy.

"We need to get more good images in the media, so people can see us as regular people, not as predators," said Tiq Milan of GLAAD's Trans Education and Media Program.

Read the full article from Associated Press here.


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