#ComeOutForTransEquality trends on Twitter across UK

DIVA and Stonewall collab supporting reforms to the GRA has gone viral across social media 💥




In just two days, 108 organisations signed up to a full page advertisement in today’s Metro newspaper, promoting the hashtag #ComeOutForTransEquality – and now that hashtag has gone viral, trending on Twitter across the UK.


"I’m extremely proud that DIVA, together with Stonewall, has taken the lead on this,” Linda Riley, publisher of DIVA magazine said earlier this afternoon.


Since launching the campaign this morning, thousands of people – including well known public figures and celebrities – have taken to social media to share photographs of the ad page, comments, and messages of support – drowning out the small minority of people still attacking the trans community.


















The campaign comes just days before a government consultation on reforms to the Gender Recognition Act 2004 close (read more about that here).


If you would like to express your support for trans communities on Twitter, please reference @stonewalluk@divamagazine and use hashtag #ComeOutForTransEquality across social media – thank you.



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