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Transphobia is becoming established in the United States. People of various genders in Canada are worried that transphobia can occur here.

Amanda Jet Knox doesn't know who tried to throw the bottle out of the car on his way home in Ottawa last month, but he feels he's almost gone. I remember. 

She "struck my bangs when [it] passed by," said Jetté Knox, who identified her as non-binary and used her / their pronoun. "(They) called me a f--king freak and drove away."

Jetté Knox was the first to experience such violence, but a proud activist. People who are also writers have endured nasty comments since they shared their family stories publicly a few years ago. One of Jetté Knox's four children is non-binary and came out in 2014. The following year, Jetté Knox's spouse emerged as a transgender woman. 

Currently, they are closely watching the swirling anti-LGBTQ hatred in the United States. In the United States, gender diversity and gender expression have become popular targets for Republican politicians. -Correct group and online troll. 

Two women standing side-by-side and smiling.
Amanda Jettenox and her wife Zoe, shown on the right, are in Ottawa with four children. I live in. (Submitted by Amanda Jetté Knox) ​​

Jetté Knox, and other advocates and experts, see prevailing in Canada as well. 

Threatening Phonehas recently discontinued a family-friendly drug performance at Victoria Cafe,Other drug queen storytime events at the public library Has been discontinuedElsewhere in Canada, has also been threatened. Atin London, Ontario, the pride flag was demolished or destroyed.,Delta, B. C.andOttawaIn early June, a 17-year-old boy was arrested onin Mississauga, Ontario, on suspicion of . rice field. He threatens to carry out a mass shootingat a celebration of pride in West Palm Beach, Florida.

"It feels like it's only a matter of time before we start seeing this more in our backyard," Jetté Knox told CBC News.

"I'm a pretty positive person, but I'm worried now."

Hatred "spills across borders," says the professor

Anti-Trance and anti-LGBTQ hatred has always been "enthusiastic," including in Canada, says director Professor Barbara Perry. Head of the Center for Hatred, Prejudice and Extremism based at Ontario Tech University in Oshawa.

According to a survey published byStatisticsCanada in 2020, transgender people are more physically or sexually violent than non-transgender people in Canada. It turns out that you are likely to experience it. They are also likely to experience "inappropriate behavior" publicly, at work and online, which Statistics Canada defines as "dangerous or offensive" behavior, mentally and physically. It has a lasting effect on your health. 

But the far-right group here seems to be made more daring by what Perry describes as the "horrible story and policy shift" seen in the United States.

Since its inception, this year's US-based Human Rights Campaign has introduced more than 300 bills in 36 states that directly target transgender rights, gender diversity and expression.DocumentedThis includes investigating families that can help confirm the gender identity of children and completely limiting education and conversation about LGBTQ people. Includes attempts to limit transgender children from participating in sports or to ban children from participating in drugs. Performance. 

"It clearly crosses the border and spreads to the Canadian story, here to the far right," Perry told CBC News. 

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Defenders blaming children for "dressing up"

Aiming to prey or educate transgender people and those who support them Harmful Words Children are routinely used in online and right-wing media, especially in "gender" or "gender" 

This is online A metaphor that has long been used to despise LGBTQ people, whose use is skyrocketing.

Jetté Knox said he would be called an online groomer because of gender identity, raising non-binary gender children, or working on transgender rights.

It also happened directly. They have recently traveled to the United States and attended the Virginia Board of Education with a friend and their children to celebrate Pride Month. Protesters insulted them.

"Something terrible was said" Jetté Knox recalled. "We were told that we were educated by our children."

Canada's anti-hate networkis on the far right of the country. The story of in the political discourse of is recorded. 

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It's actually far right to" groom "people. Perry said it was a group of people. By being trapped in their concerns and uncertainties, they slowly lure new believers into their ideology. }Child Abuse"And press to limit access to health care such as hormones, delay puberty and promote development consistent with the child's gender identity Medical groups, including the 

varietyAmerican Medical Association, said that such a policy was "dangerous" and "confirmed previous gender." Care can have tragic health consequences. " 

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Transphobia'The Road to the Far Right Ideology

Focusing on transgender and gender-diversified youth is the anti-transgender policy of and . It is one of the ways to get general approval for widespread acceptance of attitudes. 253} Florence Ashley, a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and Joint Center for Bioethics . Her work revolves around transgender rights. 

"Transphobia often tends to be like a gateway to the far right," said Ashley, who uses them / their pronouns. 

They looked at how social media algorithms are also involved in this. For example, in the US non-profit media Matter's for America, TikTok'santi-trans content calls for far-right and white supremacist content, conspiracy theories, and even violence. ..

Ashley also emphasized the similarities between and the current climate of transphobia known as the "great alternative" conservatism.  Far-right white nationalist movement, and in someconservative mediaracists , Whites claim to be systematically replaced by immigrants. 

The feeling of "being weak in society" makes it easier to blame those who feel that you are "trying to replace you" as explained by . ..

This is what happens "in times of crisis and high anxiety, as we've seen in the last two years," Perry said. "We are always looking for scapegoats, looking for places to direct our anger, fear and anxiety." 

A red-haired woman, wearing a blue and white dress, stands outside with brick buildings and trees in the background behind her.
Florence Ashley is a doctoral candidate for the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and the Joint Center for Bioethics, whose work revolves around transgender rights.(Submitted by Florence Ashley)

The balance of political power changes instantly

Gender identity and expression areCanadian human rights Protected Under Law and Criminal Law, Jetté Knox is nervous about the emergence of "farther parties", some of which criticize gender diversity and expressionThere is a candidate.

They are concerned that voters may not be paying attention to comments and promise that such candidates will do on the issue of gender diversity  Jetté Knox's LGBTQ family because it doesn't affect their lives.

Ashley warned that "changes in political power are needed for the group to actually begin to assert its will for the population." As a result, Canadians need to carefully monitor what is happening in the United States.

They are Roe v. Wade, a judgment almost 50 years ago when the recent U.S. Supreme Court, which overlapped with a conservative judge during Donald Trump's term, enshrined the right to access abortion. He pointed out how he overturned the case. The ruling was able to set a precedent for , overturning the decision on same-sex marriage and intimacy with agreed adults. Judge Clarence Thomas hinted at his consensus. Roe v. Wade decision. 

Jetté Knox urged people of different genders to vote for their rights and freedoms.

"I'm very afraid to see these rights being attacked elsewhere, as they could also be attacked in Canada," they said. "I think they will be challenged and I think we need to be prepared for it." 

Creating a positive online space for transgender people

Online Despite the apparent rise of slurs and hatred of LGBTQ people, young transgender people like Noahyan in Vancouver remain active in the online space and others about the transgender experience. Let me know .

He and Yang, who uses his pronoun, share his gender verification journey on Instagram. He said that was fortunate to experience "only a handful" of negativity, and was largely encouraged.

"Showing physical scars and physical changes inspires people, opens their eyes ... it was unexpected that it could actually happen during someone's transition." 

A man wearing a shirt and ties sitting in a chair.
Noayan, who has recorded his medical transition for nearly four years, said it began as personal to him. As I said, he later felt responsible for sharing his story and being open about his experience. (Submitted by Noah Yang)

He has the ability to drown out the negativeness directed at people of different genders. I admit. But for Yang, the importance of visibility is more important than any hatred.

"I think it's useful because I don't think it's just the trance people who see the page," he said.