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A family that cares.”The woman behind the effort, Brooklynne Lee Muffett, says she met Jennifer through a dating website four years ago, but that the two wound up being friends instead.
“She was very funny, bubbly, full of movie quotes, and open hearted,” Muffett tells Yahoo Parenting. But she was very lonely.” Being estranged from her family “really hurt her,” she says, noting that she struggled with depression as a result.
“For them to betray her by turning their back on her was one thing.
But to take over when she died and put her in a box as a man?
And then they get to decide who you are after [you die], and to disrespect you one final time? It’s just an indignity.”Respect After Death Act, it requires the official responsible for completing a transgender person’s death certificate to ensure it represents that person’s gender expression — as documented in either in government-issued documents, or as evidenced by any medical procedures. " data-reactid="35"One state, California, passed a law in September that seeks to avoid this type of situation.
Called the Respect After Death Act, it requires the official responsible for completing a transgender person’s death certificate to ensure it represents that person’s gender expression — as documented in either in government-issued documents, or as evidenced by any medical procedures.
9 in Boise at age 32, is remembered in a Twin Falls funeral home obituary as Geoffrey Gable, with no mention of transitioning in her twenties, and with a clearly male photo, unlike her profile photo on Facebook.
Geoff loved baseball and was a catcher for many of his little league teams, as well as playing one baseball season in High School.”Neither her brother nor grandparents responded to calls from Yahoo Parenting seeking comment about Jennifer’s funeral, for which she reportedly had her hair cut short and had been dressed in a man’s suit and tie. ”STORY: Politician on Transgender Son: ‘We’re Proud of Him’National Center for Transgender Equality.
The Jennifer Gable Stop Hate Fund seeks to raise enough money for either a headstone that says “Jennifer,” to be placed in a cemetery where her friends could visit, or a memorial bench at the Human Rights Park in Boise, “so no one ever forgets,” the site notes. That takes an amount of strength that most of us can never comprehend,” it explains.However, brother Steven Gable remembered his sibling on his own Facebook page. “Even though I didn’t agree with things my brother did, and we didn’t always get along, I still loved him. “When family members die, people usually, and, one would hope, feel a loss,” she tells Yahoo Parenting.