Something Special Is Happening in Cape Breton

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In her introduction to the Atlantic Voice podcast, “Coming Out in Cape Breton,” Pauline Dakin says,

One upon a time, we all knew what the words boy or girl meant, or we thought we did . . .

Listen to reporter Joan Weeks as she tells the “story about shifting genders – young people who feel they were born in the wrong body” and interviews transgender teens and their families in Cape Breton:


As LGBT resource co-ordinator Madonna Doucette at the Ally Centre of Cape Breton says,

 “there’s something special happening . . .  in Cape Breton.”

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