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How ‘Pussy Hats’ Made Me Feel Excluded — And Then Welcomed — At The Women’s March

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For trans women, vagina-centric rhetoric can be painful. But thanks to a kind stranger, my march experience was ultimately affirming.

II was cold.

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Katelyn Burns

Katelyn Burns

Political journalist. The first openly trans Capitol Hill reporter in US history. Writing about more than just trans issues. Follow her on Twitter @transscribe

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