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PANEL SHARES EXPERIENCES OF BEING TRANSGENDER IN MASS.

Panelists at "Transgender Day of Visibility," a discussion hosted by Senate President Stanley Rosenberg and Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz, shared personal stories about transgender discrimination.[Video/Photos: Antonio Caban/SHNS]

Chastity Bowick said she was turned away from a restaurant in Mattapan. Alishia Oullette, a retired Danvers firefighter, said she was barred from the women's room at her gym. The two transgender women were among a panel hosted by key senators at the State House on Tuesday ahead of planned action in the Senate on a bill that would secure access rights for transgender people.

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