I feel like this isn't something addressed very often, so I think it needs to be talked about. It seems like recently, but especially since the marriage equality ruling in America last summer, a lot of LGB people are ready to be done with activism and feel as though it's the end of the movement, and now that we all have equality we can go off happily into the sunset. But we don't all have equality, and it's becoming more and more painfully obvious. Time and time again, whether through the Drop the T petition, the countless trans women of color murders last year, the new bathroom bills seeking to set back our rights, and the often difficult processes to even begin transition show that no, we aren't done with equality yet. This isn't to blame the LGB part of the community, of course. I know a large amount of them support trans rights. It's the fault of the majority white cisgender heterosexual people in charge of society continuing to bully trans people. Yet, there seem to be an increasing number of those in our community that are ready to, frankly, leave behind the transgender people now that they are in a more privileged position where they no longer need the support of trans people. Prejudice exists in a group as diverse as the LGBT community, and it's starting to show. It's hurtful to me to see the lack of understanding and acceptance among those with similar struggles. We shouldn't be trying to split up right now, not in times like these with all of these wack job Republicans trying to force back all the progress we've made. Trans people stood with LGB people since the very beginning and Stonewall. We cheered on your victories because you know what? They weren't your victories. They were our victories, as more than a community, as a human society. Equality shouldn't be conditional. We're all just humans that want our rights, and this is not the time to be splitting up when we need to be uniting. Just my opinion. I am not looking to start some heated debate, just wondering if anyone feels the same way.