And now there’s a Portuguese-language version!

Following quickly in the footsteps of the wonderful French-language translation of the Statement of Trans-inclusive Feminism and Womanism, there is now a translation into Portuguese, thanks to our signatory Hailey K. Alves — who happens to be the very first person listed, alphabetically at the end of the Statement! —  and her colleagues at Transfeminismo.com in Brazil, an organization that is also a signatory.

You can find the original translation here. It is available on our site here.

And, again, thanks so much to Hailey K. Alves and Leda Ferreira and to Transfeminismo.

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4 Comments

  1. Hi! Thanks for the credits but I just want to add that if you could credit Leda Ferreira too, as she had the initiative for translating this text, I just proofread it and admin the website together with her.
    Thank you so much!

  2. And I just realize that my name is listed twice, as Hailey Kaas and Hailey K. Alves, you can just erase whichever you prefer. Sorry for the confusion I actually have forgotten I had signed previously and asked to signed again, I suppose. Bad memory. (you can not accept this message or delete afterwards). Thanks!

  3. Veronica

     /  October 19, 2013

    Hailey: Both have been fixed now. Thanks! :)
    (The double entry will be fixed automatically on next update.)

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