Trans activist inducted into the Victorian Women's Honour Roll

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Sally Goldner.

LGBTIQ activist Sally Goldner was inducted into the Victorian Women's Honour Roll on March 7. The Honour Roll acknowledges and celebrates the outstanding achievements of Victorian women.

Goldner is the first trans woman to be inducted into the Honour Roll. She said: “It's really affirming for myself and for trans and bi woman that this recognition has happened. To be in the company of such a diverse range of women is very empowering.”

LGBTIQ activist Sally Goldner was inducted into the Victorian Women's Honour Roll on March 7. The Honour Roll acknowledges and celebrates the outstanding achievements of Victorian women.

Goldner is the first trans woman to be inducted into the Honour Roll. She said: “It's really affirming for myself and for trans and bi woman that this recognition has happened. To be in the company of such a diverse range of women is very empowering.”

Twenty outstanding women were added to the Victorian Honour Roll of Women at a ceremony in Federation Square. Goldner joins the ranks of more than 500 other Victorian women, who have been inducted since the Honour Roll began in 2001.

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