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Transphobic Hate Crime: Making the Invisible Visible

  • Broden GiambroneEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Palgrave Hate Studies book series (PAHS)

Abstract

I was walking with two friends, when a man started asking if I was a guy or a girl. When I didn’t answer and walked on, he started shouting louder, threatening to hit me. He then decided I was a girl and started singing a song about how he was going to rape me. He followed us down the road singing this song till he got bored of us not replying. – 22 year old trans man.

Keywords

Gender Identity Hate Crime Critical Criminology Gender Expression Trans People 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI)DublinIreland

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