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Transgender rights in Espana?

I care about stuff like this.

The USA would never follow suit (maybe Canaduh would) but, international attention and genderqueer media clarity is great.

Reads like it may only be legislation for: “those not healthy enough to go through surgery”.

The question remains: what about those who cannot afford it?

Molly Cameron: un fucking employable.

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4 comments for “Transgender rights in Espana?”

  1. Molly, if, that’s a big hypothetical if, i had money i would employ you! You’re one of the best mechanics and nicest people i know. But you’re self employed, any number of people would kill to have their own business like you do! As for your knees, i feel ya there. You’re ten years my senior, but i’m sure your your shoulders aren’t anywhere near as bad as the mess mine are. :-( we should start a club: gimpy cyclists whose bodies can’t keep up with their aspirations. Anyway, i’m sure you have wheels to build, so i’ll say ado. One of these days i’ll stop in and buy those WCS carbon bars i’ve been coveting for months now. Ttyl- Todd

    Posted by Todd | March 2, 2007, 11:01 pm
  2. Did you hear the recent case in Largo, FL? The city fired their long standing city planner once they heard he was planning on reassignment surgery. UFB.

    http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/local/southflorida/sfl-228sexchange,0,2877155.story?track=rss

    And hey, I’m a believer in quality of workout versus lots of miles. Though I have to be since I just don’t have the time to train lots of miles. Depends on your goals though. I don’t think limiting miles is going to work for stage races but it sure will for cross and toa certain extent mountain. Work with your coach (or find one who will work with you) to develop a schedule with fewer miles and more (but smart) intensity.

    At 41, I feel pretty lucky to not have any major physical problems except for some back pain every now and then — I guess I need to get back to Yoga for that. But I feel for you. My wife suffers from chronic pain from years of dancing and I can see the toll it takes on her. I hope a serious fit and some ortho help will get you going again. Those have worked wonders for many other folks so there’s a good chance they will for you too.

    Posted by Brooke Hoyer | March 5, 2007, 7:58 pm
  3. Molly, you are a great person! I for one and glad you are in the bike industry. We are lucky to have your skills. Why do some people care about gender anyway? Don’t they know bikes are more important? Duh!

    Keep on rockin’ the bike!

    Aaron

    Posted by Aaron Goss | March 9, 2007, 12:14 am
  4. Wow, thanks Aaron.

    Posted by Molly | March 9, 2007, 10:19 am

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