Trans Community in Germany
- This time was a golden age for academia giving the freedom for many ideas to flourish.
- Queer People were able to more openly express themselves. The transgender community in particular was granted what were at the time referred to as “transvestite passes” (The Weimar Project) that were designed to keep them free of harassment and present however they identified.
- Dozens of passes were issued by police between 1909 and 1933 (Frost) giving real room for the development of what would today be referred to as a transgender community.
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