TakeMyHandTexas

Acceptance and support go hand in hand.

Everyone deserves to feel safe, but not all members of the transgender and gender non-binary community feel comfortable in gendered spaces.

When you wear a #TakeMyHandTexas button, you’re showing that not only are you an ally to this community, but you’ll also gladly accompany someone to any gender-specific space they feel uncomfortable going to alone, including the bathroom. 


limited-edition Buttons are available at these Alamo Drafthouse theaters through February 4, 2017


WHY YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS

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70% of transgender people have been denied entrance, assaulted, or harassed while trying to use a restroom

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53% of transgender people have been verbally harassed or disrespected in a place of public accommodation

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82% of transgender youth feel unsafe at school

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There have been zero reported cases of transgender individuals attacking cisgender (non-transgender) people in public restrooms


See how people have pledged to #TakeMyHandTexas


About Out Youth

Out Youth promotes the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social well-being of sexual and gender minority youth so that they can openly and safely explore and affirm their identities.