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Latin America's trans politicians gain ground in a dangerous region

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Erika Hilton, 29, is the first transgender member of Congress in Brazil. In Chile, transgender lawmaker Emilia Schneider, 25, won a seat in the federal legislature in November. In Mexico, a 36-year-old federal lawmaker with ruling party Morena struggles to explain the challenges facing trans people.
4 months ago·São Paulo, Brazil

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Times of India

hilton: Latin America's trans politicians gain ground in a dangerous region

Rest of World News: SAO PAULO: When Erika Hilton decided to run for political office in South America's biggest city in 2020, she had no idea she would receive more votes.

4 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Reuters

Latin America's trans politicians gain ground in a dangerous region

By Carolina Pulice SAO PAULO - When Erika Hilton decided to run for political office in South America's biggest city in 2020, she had no idea she would receive more votes than any other female candidate to win a city council seat in Brazil that year. Since then, buzz surrounding the transgender 29-year-old has only grown. Hilton has seen an outpouring support from artists and leftist

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Latin America's trans politicians gain ground in a dangerous region

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - When Erika Hilton decided to run for political office in South America's biggest city in 2020, she had no idea she would receive more votes than any other female candidate to win a city council seat in Brazil that year. Read full story

4 months ago·Malaysia
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New York Post

Latin America’s trans politicians gain ground in a dangerous region

When Erika Hilton decided to run for political office in South America’s biggest city in 2020, she had no idea she would receive more votes than any other female candidate to win a city counc…

4 months ago·New York, United States
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OAN

Latin America’s trans politicians gain ground in a dangerous region

March 9, 2022By Carolina PuliceSAO PAULO (Reuters) – When Erika Hilton decided to run for political office in South America’s biggest city in 2020, she had no idea she would receive more votes than any other female candidate to win a city council seat in Brazil that year.Since then, buzz surrounding the transgender 29-year-old has only grown. Hilton has seen an outpouring support from artists and leftist politicians, appearing on magazine co…

4 months ago·San Diego, United States
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VOA News

Latin America's Trans Politicians Gain Ground in a Dangerous Region

When Erika Hilton decided to run for political office in South America's biggest city in 2020, she had no idea she would receive more votes than any o

4 months ago·United States
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