Press for Change

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Press for Change at Ten Downing Street in 1997.

Press for Change (PFC) is a UK-based campaign group focusing on the rights and treatment of trans people. Its stated aim is "seeking respect and equality for all trans people in the UK". The group led the campaign for full legal recognition for transgender people living in Britain including the right to marry.[1]

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  1. "British transsexuals to get right to get married - World - NZ Herald News". 10 December 2002. Retrieved 2012-05-10.