'A Fantastic Woman' reignites Chile trans rights debate

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'A Fantastic Woman' reignites Chile trans rights debate

March 7, 2018 at 12:00 pm EST | by Nicolás Levy ‘A Fantastic Woman’ reignites Chile trans rights debate

Nicolás Levy

Nicolás Levy is a Chilean journalist who specializes in LGBT human rights. He is a correspondent for the Washington Blade in Santiago, Chile.

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