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Hello, My name is Pasha. I am a transgender woman of 20 years. I was born and raised in the area of the city of Tver. After school, I entered the Faculty of Computer and Information Sciences of Tver University, and now I'm still studying there. I decided to study computers when I was a kid. My motivation was to learn and be able to develop computer programs. A systemic life with violence as a transgender child made me often think about justice. The early years at the university were really difficult. Sometimes I wanted to leave everything and give up. If you look, there are no transgender students in my country, and transgender people are violated here, as are their rights. What for? Are transgenders more unsuccessful than others? No, ABSOLUTELY NO! Due to the high boundaries of discrimination that transgender people always face when they are trying to get an education, to find work or in any area of life. They always tell us: “You will be unemployed, you must be a sex worker, or you will always live with violence and discrimination. It is your destiny, and you deserve it. “No, I do not accept this fate! My operation and changing my passport (ID card) is really important to change this fate and take another step towards my dream. Finding money for my operation is almost impossible when I'm alone. I do not have a permanent job, support for my family and social security. I started fundraising so that my voice would be heard. I know that I am not alone, and it is impossible to stop us when we are together. Please feel free to ask for something or contact. I want to tell you, every cent will change my life, and I will not stop trying to make the world a better place, until I spend all my energy.