Hello on this #TransDayOfVisibility!
We invite all our transgender readers and trans allies around the world to share your selfies showing you playing, watching and loving sports, while supporting the right of trans people to be who you and they are.
Today is #TransDayOfVisbility and I want to take this opportunity to thank those who came before me so I could see that it was possible to live the life I dreamed of. I hope I can do that for others so they can follow their dreams and find happiness. #TDOV #TDOV2019 @outsports pic.twitter.com/hEYvFOoFwG— Jessica Platt (@JPlatt32) March 31, 2019
Today is Transgender Day Of Visibility and I am feeling so grateful to each trans person who shared their story before I had the courage to share my own. Here’s to all that started the fire and to all that will carry the torch #TDOV pic.twitter.com/jU9s5jALGn— Harrison Browne (@Hbrowne24) March 31, 2019
We told the story of 15-year-old Elliot earlier this week.— x - San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) April 1, 2019
And tonight, Elliot and his @sanjosejrsharks teammates were on the ice to drop the puck! #HockeyIsForEveryone | #TransDayOfVisibility pic.twitter.com/MGS8d4f1Fx
"My intention is to help people gain a better understanding of what it means to be trans. And for young trans people, I want to offer another piece of the puzzle, another sign of hope." Read student-athlete Braeden Abrahamsen's story https://t.co/p6fJDCHVrd #TransDayOfVisibility pic.twitter.com/EmFsWqqFqa— Vanderbilt University (@VanderbiltU) March 31, 2019
Celebrating Transgender Day of Visibility 2019 ️— Charlie Martin (@GoCharlieM) March 30, 2019
I hope that my visibility within my life & sport can inspire positive change in the world ✨
Being trans is just one aspect of my life & I’m proud to be who I am today more than ever ✊ #TDOV #TDOV2019 pic.twitter.com/DBMHS6MGqx
happy #TransDayOfVisibility !!!!! yes I'm trans, yes I do sports, we out here!! [ze/hir or they/them]— AUTISTIC RAGE (@sedona_seaside) March 31, 2019
(ft. a picture from swimming district championships; my shirt says 'i pretend my workout is the gender binary so I can crush it) #TDOV pic.twitter.com/kb4ZNj9wVR
It’s #TransDayofVisibility! Today we celebrate all trans people, and thank those who inspire and empower the community through authenticity. #TDOV— Sports Media LGBT+ (@SportsMediaLGBT) March 31, 2019
In sports and in the media, we need to work harder on trans inclusion. We’re here to help. #WithTheT #TransDayOfVisibility2019 pic.twitter.com/9Mv093majc
Good morning to you, this half #marathon #Sunday of #TDOV! Where's the sun? #Running for the largest #LGBT sports club in Europe! #run #runchat #RunHappy #tdov2019 #TransDayOfVisibility pic.twitter.com/JvJv1zIUXc— (@andyluvv) March 31, 2019
We’re proud to mark #TransDayOfVisibility to celebrate the courage of trans people all over the world who face extraordinary challenges daily. We’ll always do our utmost to ensure London remains welcoming and safe for trans people. #TDOV #TransVisibilityDay #TDOV2019 #TDOV19 pic.twitter.com/O6uUvurE1s— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) March 31, 2019
I've been making this point for at least 15 years: If people working in sports & if athletes can get working with #trans people right, what's your excuse if you can't?— Christina Kahrl (@ChristinaKahrl) March 31, 2019
Today is the #transdayofvisibility #tdov #tdov2019— Dr. Rachel McKinnon (@rachelvmckinnon) March 31, 2019
Trans rights have never come by asking nicely.
Stonewall was a literal riot.
Pride is a protest.
And we're not done yet.
We won't stop fighting until transphobia is erased in all its forms.#TransRightsAreHumanRights pic.twitter.com/CzMLXZxzIq
Happy #TransDayOfVisibility!— Assault City RD (@AssaultCityRD) March 31, 2019
Today we recognize the trans skaters, officials, coaches, announcers, and volunteers in the roller derby community. Thank you for all that you bring to our sport. We at ACRD love and support you.#TDOV #TDOV2019 pic.twitter.com/FnoOKrf973
This #TransDayofVisibility I’m sending solidarity & strength to all #trans communities - they’ve been facing overwhelming hatred recently. & I stand with #trans women who are under vicious attack simply for playing sports with other women. #TDOV— Bex Stinson (@Bex_Stinson) March 31, 2019
On this #TDOV I’m 55 yrs. old, doing the job of mom for a 20 yr. old, a teen and a tween who call me “dad,” holding down 2 jobs (managing @outsports and teaching 5 days a week), writing for @ctvoicemag & converting to Judaism. So, life is good. pic.twitter.com/EVXdwlnFqF— SportsGirl (@lifeafterdawn) March 31, 2019