Biden dedicates Easter Sunday to ‘Transgender Day of Visibility’

President Joe Biden. Photo: Alex Brandon, Associated Press

The Biden Administration has officially proclaimed March 31st, 2024—Easter Sunday—as “Transgender Day of Visibility,” sparking outrage among Christians, Conservatives, and Trans-critical spheres.

  • International Transgender Day of Visibility was officially created in 2009 and is celebrated every March 31st.
  • Easter falls between March 22nd and April 25th, every year. The holiday is typically celebrated on the first Sunday after the full moon on or following the spring equinox.

Further Context: In an official proclamation on, Biden praised his own efforts to provide state resources to American transsexuals, and pressured Congress to pass the “Equality Act” for so-called “LGBTQI+ Americans.”

  • We are making public services more accessible for transgender Americans, including with more inclusive passports and easier access to Social Security benefits.  There is much more to do.  I continue to call on the Congress to pass the Equality Act, to codify civil rights protections for all LGBTQI+ Americans.
  • “Today, we send a message to all transgender Americans: You are loved. You are heard. You are understood. You belong. You are America, and my entire Administration and I have your back.”

The Big Picture: Despite receiving full-spectrum support from the federal government, transsexuals continue to commit horrific acts of crime and indecency across the Western world.

  • In New Jersey, a pair of trans-activist family bloggers were arrested for endangering the life of their own 10-year-old child. Reports stated that the family lived in a “feces-covered” home, which included multiple buckets filled with human waste.
  • In March, a prominent trans activist and repeat sex offender stood trial for the 2019 grooming and sex abuse of a teen boy. In that case, the transsexual was said to have contacted the boy on the controversial gay hook-up app, Grindr.