International Transgender Day of Visibility
Transgender people come from all walks of life. We are your coworkers, family and neighbors. We are 7-year-old children and we are 70-year-old grandparents. We are a diverse community representing all racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as faith backgrounds.
International Transgender Day of Visibility is honored every year on March 31 and is a time to celebrate transgender people around the globe and the courage it takes to live openly and authentically, while also raising awareness around the discrimination trans people still face.
- What does it mean to be transgender? → Understanding the Transgender Community
- Transgender FAQ
- Understanding the basics of transgender and gender-expansive children
- Serving Transgender & Non-Binary Foster & Adoptive Parents
- 2018 Gender-Expansive Youth Report
- Violence Against the Transgender Community in 2019
- Learn more about HRC’s Parents for Transgender Equality Equality Council → hrc.im/ParentsCouncil
- Transitioning at work? → Transgender Inclusion in the Workplace: A Toolkit for Employers
- Comprehensive list of transgender-related resources → hrc.org/Transgender
- Comprehensive list of resources related to transgender children and youth → hrc.org/TransYouth
Read More from HRC
- The Crucial Role Young Advocates Are Playing in Raising Transgender Visibility
- HRC Highlights Trans Survivors of Violence
- Transgender Visibility in the Workplace
- 10 Transgender and Gender Fluid Youth Who Are Working to Change the World
- 10 Things Parents Can Do to Show Their Love and Support for Transgender Students
Watch Inspiring Videos
Moms for Transgender Equality: These spectacular and brave moms stand up and speak out in support of their transgender and gender-expansive children.
Dads for Transgender Equality: These dads are share their experiences and pledge to make the world a safer place for their children.
Transgender Visibility in the Workplace: Listen to the personal stories and testimonies from transgender employees across the United States.
For Hayden, #LoveYourNeighbor Means Love Everyone: A transgender man from Tupelo, Mississippi, Hayden encourages his hometown community to be open, share stories and listen to one another.
HRC's Sarah McBride Addresses the 2016 Democratic National Convention: McBride made history as the first transgender person to address a major political party's convention.
Doctors Speak Out for Trans Youth: These experts who work specifically with transgender youth and their families are speaking out and challenging harmful myths and stereotypes and showing their support.
Once Denied, LGBTQ Couple Finds Joy in Foster Parenting: Brett and Chad faced hardship after their daughter was born. The family didn't have any paid family leave, and one dad lost his job because he took too much time off to care for his newborn. It's time for paid leave for all families.
Join the Conversation
HRC wants to hear from you and encourages you to join the conversation on social media. Follow us on Twitter (@HRC), Facebook (Human Rights Campaign) and Instagram (@HumanRightsCampaign) and add us on Snapchat (WeAreHRC) and share your personal story and/or messages of support using the hashtags #TransVisibility and #TDOV.