Transphobie: Le terme se réfère à des croyances culturelles négatives et personnelles, des opinions, des attitudes et des comportements fondés sur le préjugé, le dégoût, la peur et / ou à la haine vers les transgenres, contre les variations de l'identité sexuelle et l'expression de genre. Transphobie institutionnelle se manifeste par des sanctions légales, pathologisation et à cause des mécanismes inexistantes / insuffisantes à confronter la violence et la discrimination. Transphobie sociale se manifeste dans les formes de violence physiques et autres formes, incitation à la haine, à la discrimination, les menaces, la marginalisation, l'exclusion sociale, exotisation, le ridicule et les insultes. Pour plus d'informations à ce sujet, visitez.


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The Hate Speech Watch in May 2016 is focusing on hate speech against LGBTQI people. We invite you to report online hate speech that targets people’s gender identity and/or sexual orientation. The Internet is full of hatred and incitement towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and intersex people. Research clearly shows hate speech against LGBTI people is a huge problem. A survey conducted by the Youth Department of the Council of Europe in 2012 shows that homophobic and transphobic hate speech is one of the most frequently encountered form of hate speech online. The EU Fundamental Rights found in 2013 that 19% of EU LGBT reported being harassed because they were LGBT.  Addressing such hate speech is a cause for action for all as it reaches a huge audience with todays open internet access and can have a harmful impact on individuals and society as a whole. For this reason protecting freedom of expression including of people with different sexual orientations and gender identities is of the utmost importance for all of us who consider Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law the basic principles of the peaceful life of humankind. Voir