- HUMAN RIGHTS A R TiVIST
On nearly every continent, and for all of recorded history, thriving cultures have recognized, revered, and integrated more than two genders.
Hundreds of distinct societies around the globe have their own long-established traditions for third, fourth, fifth, or more genders.
Come and learn about the lost stories of two-spirit people of Mexico.
BIO: Jacque Larrainzar is a practicing and thriving artist who is a Mexican born Lesbian of Basque-Lebanese descent from Mexico City.
She holds a Bachelor in Science with a specialty in Human Development from the Universidad Iberoamericana, and a post-graduate Certificate in Music Therapy from the Gestalt Institute of Psychotherapy, Mexico City.
In June of 2000, Jacque joined the Office for Civil Rights as a policy analyst.
is the Outreach and Engagement Manager.
One of her
memorable moments: Crowned Seattle-Miss Gay Latina in 1998.
As a musician, her
music is part of the Smithsonian-Woody Guthrie Music of Protest in the Americas Collection; her
songs have been chosen to be the theme for a national GLBT Civil Rights Ad Campaign and Immigrant and Refugee Rights.