Transgender community in Colorado taking steps toward acceptance

04/28/2009 | Denver Post, The

Some say the quick arrest and hate-crime conviction of the killer of transgender teenager Angie Zapata is a sign of progress for Colorado's transgender community. "I think we're making significant progress regarding basic understanding and education on transgender issues," said Kate Bowman of the Gender Identity Center of Colorado. "We're about 10 or 15 years behind gays, lesbians or bisexuals. Not that that community is accepted wholly."

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