The District of Columbia government Thursday will launch a campaign that advocates say is a first of its kind: A series of ads "promoting respect for the Districts transgender and gender-non-conforming communities."One of the ads features Kisha, a trans woman who lives in D.C. The ad quotes Kisha, saying, "I love wandering through Smithsonian museums, eating on H Street with friends, and going to shows at Howard Theatre."Then, the aim of the campaign: "Im a transgender woman and Im part of DC. Please treat me the way any woman would want to be treated: with courtesy and respect." ...read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/chrisgeidner/dc-launches-first-in-the-nation-trans-respect-ad-c
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
I believe one should always show respect to people regardless who they are or what they have done because I believe this is Jesus' way ....but I would feel really uncomfortable if I were to see a transgendered male/female in a public ladies restroom! In fact, it would scare me and I do not scare easily!