Transgender street survivor serves as role model for homeless LGBT youths

Trans role model Mia Tu Mutch (SF Chronicle photo)

THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — Mia Tu Mutch, a trans woman, spent two yearsof her youth homeless, mostly without reliable shelter — a preference over living with her parents’ religious reparative therapy- thinking, bullying classmates and constant suicide thoughts.

Mia did however, unlike most kids of that age, survive street life. She now has a job serving the LGBT community, an apartment and sits on the San Francisco Youth Commission. She has taken on the task of fixing LGBT youth homelessness problems — the issues that troubled her own youth. Bringing about awareness and reclaiming safe spaces for trans people and LGBT youth is what Mia is about today — a role model for the 40% of homeless youth that are LGBT.

Read the full story in The San Francisco Chronicle:

Street survivor looks out for homeless LGBT youths.


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