TDoV was founded on March 31, 2009 by Rachel Crandall, a licensed psychotherapist specializing in trans issues. Its purpose is to recognize the accomplishments of trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming people as well as to bring attention to their continued struggles.
Social media is already brimming with posts showing support from people:
Today is Trans Day of Visibility so we thought we’d share 3 simple principles from our internal community on how everyone can be more inclusive! #TransVisibility #TDOV #transdayofvisibility #lifeatspotify pic.twitter.com/qpwd66sYqQ
— Life at Spotify (@Spotifyjobs) March 31, 2020
On This international Transgender Day of Visibility, we join our Transgender sub-community and Transgender Rights focused organizations in Uganda to celebrate their contribution to social justice and the broader sexual minority Rights movement. @Emily @Opimva pic.twitter.com/lwpE2QLyqy
— The Robust Initiative For Promoting Human Rights (@triumphuganda14) March 31, 2020