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Trans 101 by Rose Montoya: Trans people deserve to play sports

Trans people, especially kids deserve to play sports. Trans kids deserve to participate in friendly competition, teamwork, & sportsmanship

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The Los Angeles Blade featured columnist, Rosalynne Montoya, is back with her hugely popular ‘Trans 101′ 1 minute video shorts from Insta which offer tips, advice, and support for Trans people and solid information for Trans allies and others seeking answers.

By Rose Montoya | LOS ANGELES – On Sunday the international swimming federation (FINA) voted to restrict transgender athletes from competing in elite women’s aquatics competitions unless they have physically transitioned before the age of 12.

This is during a time where dozens of states in the USA are banning trans related healthcare to anyone under 19. Trans people, especially kids deserve to play sports. Trans minors deserve to participate in friendly competition, camaraderie, teamwork, and sportsmanship.

Trans people ,even Olympic athletes, are not dominating sports. The few successful trans athletes with major wins deserve them though because they’ve trained hard. Sports aren’t fair, that’s the point.

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Rose, is a Hispanic, bisexual, nonbinary transgender woman. Rose’s pronouns are she/her/hers and they/them/their/theirs. She works as a model, actor, public speaker, makeup artist, advocate, and content creator.

Rose is also a board member of Aadya Rising, a nonprofit working to fill in the gaps to help the transgender community. She has been in campaigns and featured by TomboyXSavage X FentyYandyFX NetworksNew York City PridePlanned Parenthood, and more. Their goal is to spread love and education about their community as they share their story.

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Trans 101 by Rose Montoya: How to Be an Ally to Trans People

The Los Angeles Blade is pleased to present our new featured advice columnist Rosalynne Montoya who offers advice & support for Trans people

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Editor’s note; The Los Angeles Blade is pleased to present our new featured columnist, Rosalynne Montoya, whose hugely popular ‘Trans 101′ 1 minute video shorts on Instagram offers tips, advice, and support for Trans people and solid information for Trans allies and others seeking answers.

By Rose Montoya | PHOENIX – Trans awareness week is over, but the trans community needs you to show up for us every single day of the year. We need your allyship today and always: -respect our names, pronouns, and identities https://thetrans101.com/pronouns -believe and support trans youth htps://www.thetrans101.com/transyouth -vote in favor of trans rights https://www.thetrans101.com/bills -sign petitions in favor of our rights https://www.thetrans101.com/action -listen to our voices https://www.thetrans101.com -follow us and interact with our content.

AND SHARE THIS VIDEO -also follow: @ashleemariepreston @therealtsmadison @kaydenxofficial @pinkmantaray @madisonwerner @munroebergdorf @raquel_willis @chasestrangio @mx.deran Thanks for watching!

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Rose, is a Hispanic, bisexual, nonbinary transgender woman. Rose’s pronouns are she/her/hers and they/them/their/theirs. She works as a model, actor, public speaker, makeup artist, advocate, and content creator.

Rose is also a board member of Aadya Rising, a nonprofit working to fill in the gaps to help the transgender community. She has been in campaigns and featured by TomboyXSavage X FentyYandyFX NetworksNew York City PridePlanned Parenthood, and more. Their goal is to spread love and education about their community as they share their story.

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To follow Rose:

RosalynneMontoya.com

TheTrans101.com

Instagram.com/RosalynneMontoya

TikTok.com/RosalynneMontoya

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Trans 101 by Rose Montoya: Channel Pain Into Action

The Los Angeles Blade is pleased to present our new featured advice columnist Rosalynne Montoya who offers advice & support for Trans people

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Editor’s note; The Los Angeles Blade is pleased to present our new featured columnist, Rosalynne Montoya, whose hugely popular ‘Trans 101′ 1 minute video shorts on Instagram offers tips, advice, and support for Trans people and solid information for Trans allies and others seeking answers.

By Rose Montoya | PHOENIX – Happy #TransAwarenessWeek. While it has been a very challenging year to be trans with record breaking anti-trans bills, record breaking violence against us, high rates of discrimination, unemployment, and homelessness, we are still here fighting. We will never back down when it comes to our rights.

Trans people are resilient and strong especially when we ban together. It’s okay to take time to mourn and rest. Take your time to make sure you’re safe. Then channel your hurt in a healthy way by taking action. One such way is by going to: https://www.RosalynneMontoya.com/acti… to contact your representatives, sign petitions, and, donate to trans organizations.

Sending all of you so much love. Never forget that you are worthy of and deserving of equal rights, safety, employment, housing, and happiness.

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Rose, is a Hispanic, bisexual, nonbinary transgender woman. Rose’s pronouns are she/her/hers and they/them/their/theirs. She works as a model, actor, public speaker, makeup artist, advocate, and content creator.

Rose is also a board member of Aadya Rising, a nonprofit working to fill in the gaps to help the transgender community. She has been in campaigns and featured by TomboyXSavage X FentyYandyFX NetworksNew York City PridePlanned Parenthood, and more. Their goal is to spread love and education about their community as they share their story.

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To follow Rose:

RosalynneMontoya.com

TheTrans101.com

Instagram.com/RosalynneMontoya

TikTok.com/RosalynneMontoya

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Trans 101 by Rose Montoya: Trans Day of Remembrance (TDOR)

The Los Angeles Blade is pleased to present our new featured advice columnist Rosalynne Montoya who offers advice & support for Trans people

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Editor’s note; The Los Angeles Blade is pleased to present our new featured columnist, Rosalynne Montoya, whose hugely popular ‘Trans 101′ 1 minute video shorts on Instagram offers tips, advice, and support for Trans people and solid information for Trans allies and others seeking answers.

By Rose Montoya | PHOENIX – Happy #TransAwarenessWeek. Trans Day of Remembrance is observed every Nov 20th. This is a day to honor the lives lost due to violence against the trans community. According the @williamsins at @ucla trans people are 4 times more likely to be a victim of a violent crime. 2021 is unfortunately already the deadliest year on record with at least 46 trans victims, mostly black trans women.

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Rose, is a Hispanic, bisexual, nonbinary transgender woman. Rose’s pronouns are she/her/hers and they/them/their/theirs. She works as a model, actor, public speaker, makeup artist, advocate, and content creator.

Rose is also a board member of Aadya Rising, a nonprofit working to fill in the gaps to help the transgender community. She has been in campaigns and featured by TomboyXSavage X FentyYandyFX NetworksNew York City PridePlanned Parenthood, and more. Their goal is to spread love and education about their community as they share their story.

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To follow Rose:

RosalynneMontoya.com

TheTrans101.com

Instagram.com/RosalynneMontoya

TikTok.com/RosalynneMontoya

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