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Transgender Armenians stitch and sew their way out of prejudice

Transgender Armenians stitch and sew their way out of prejudice

by Anna Pujol Mazzini ‏

Armenia is one of the least LGBT-friendly countries in Europe. Drawing on her experience, Martirosyan founded Right Side, where transgender people learn sewing and makeup skills to find jobs.

For the full story: http://news.trust.org/item/20171002050604-2anx3

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