Trans Women Shouldn’t Have To Constantly Defend Their Own Womanhood

Trans Women Shouldn’t Have To Constantly Defend Their Own Womanhood:

Forty years ago, the Washington, DC-based lesbian feminist record label Olivia Records needed a sound engineer – bad. Their big problem was that female sound engineers were a rare commodity in the mid-1970s: It was a male-dominated industry, and getting the training and experience necessary was, for most women, difficult in the extreme. So imagine their luck when the collective found a woman who not only was a capable recording engineer, but had even worked with the likes of Jimi Hendrix. That recording engineer was Sandy Stone, a trans woman.”

(Via. Buzzfeed)

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