Transgender Tuesdays: A Clinic in the Tenderloin might have been a bit dull if it were just about a clinic--even one in the infamous red-light district of San Francisco. But it is anything but dull, telling the stories of 12 of the pioneering patients who found the first free transgender clinic in the U.S., starting in 1993. The first half of the feature documentary is about their lives in "the Bad Old Days," before there was any legitimate public space for trans-folks, from the closeted 1950s through the height of the AIDS era in the '90s. In this exciting true story, "they came for the hormones and stayed for the healthcare." This small Public Health clinic created a new model for every city, where transgender people have been marginalized, discriminated against, mocked when they have needed care, and still deserve much better. Meet all the characters at transgendertuesdaysmovie.com and join the conversation at facebook.com/TransTuesdaysMovie

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