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  • Moving Starbucks ad highlights trans experience
  • Moving Starbucks ad highlights trans experience
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Moving Starbucks ad highlights trans experience

A Starbucks campaign has won praise from the LGBTQ+ community for its progressive and empowering portrayal of the everyday difficulties faced by trans people. Keen to depart from reductive stereotypes, people are hungry for more realistic illustrations of minority groups in the media.

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