It’s that time of the year, time to celebrate the second-ever International Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31, 2010. Originating in Michigan last year, Rachel Crandall of Transgender Michigan started a movement by posting the idea on Facebook. Since then, events have happened all over the world. According to Crandall, she wanted to show the positive side of the transgender world rather than focusing only on the Day of Remembrance which remembers those who perished because of transphobic hate crimes. If you are on Facebook, be sure to look up the page and share the information with others. If you are looking for ideas for how to celebrate, you can look to see what other people are doing. If you already know, take a minute and share your ideas with our readers. Here in California, the day coincides with Cesar Chavez day so many schools are closed and some campuses have decided to celebrate the day early or late to maximize visibility. Our local college is planning a Gender Bender Fashion Show this week, followed by informational tabling and displays on Monday the 29th, a couple days earlier. The plan is to have free temporary tattoos available and t-shirts to buy or order. What are your ideas?