Trinidad - Transgender Frontier

Trinidad - Transgender Frontier
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PJ

Many films dealing with transgender issues focus on "before and after" stories or the surgical aspects of the transition. While these are elements of any post-operative trans individual's history (and thus included in Trinidad), they are also the most sensational.

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