Guyana Judge (Sorta) Clarifies Law Against Cross-dressing. Kinda.

JusticeIt may not be all sunshine and lollipops here in the United States, but it can really suck to be transgender in most other countries. Of course several states and municipalities here have laws against crossdressing on their books, they just aren’t enforced.

Time for a little cognitive dissonance, Guyana style:

The litigants were apparently waiting for taxis when they were arrested for wearing female attire. When they appeared before the court the first time, a magistrate told them they were confused about their sexuality and should attend church and give their lives to Jesus Christ.

“The trans community is very worried and still fearful of arrests in light of this decision,” said McEwan, one of the challenge’s litigants.

Guyana judge clarifies rule against cross-dressing – Sonora News World – myMotherLode.com.

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