Jane Magazine features Raci Ignacio

Raci Ignacio of TransGeneration is featured in the May 2007 issue of Jane Magazine as one of their 30 Inspirational Women under 30.

Raci’s quote:

“I became more confident about my identity after TransGeneration. It enlarged my support group, including family members who rarely spoke to me when I first started transitioning. Now I go to universities across the U.S. to speak about my life and experiences, educate students and staff members, and inspire others. I think the activist in me was the main reason I agreed to document my life. I felt the T in LGBT had been silent.”

I especially like the fact that she is listed with the other woman without the added qualification as trans.

Congrats Raci!

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One Comment

  1. caveswami
    Posted December 28, 2007 at 3:27 pm | Permalink

    I live in LA Westside and was moved by your story in transgeneration I just saw on LOGO, I’m a 40 yr old male, been married and divorced, I’m bi, but very much in the closet. If you’re ever down and need a supporting e-mail, or if you’re still in school and need someone to send you a couple of gift certificates to dinner somewhere in LA, not too expensive, just e-mail me. Bless you for the courage to share your life and make it a little easier for the rest of us!! 🙂


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