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Named after a trans teen with Down Syndrome, Finn’s Place at Galileo Church is available for gender divergent and trans community meetings DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Tracie Quinn describes herself as a cisgender, heterosexual woman.

So why was she so eager to get Finn’s Place up and running, and why is she so excited about managing the new event space for transgender and gender diverse people? “I have a 16-year-old trans kid,” she explained.

The situation in Texas right now is “scary for my family. We feel very threatened,” Quinn said, adding that “the community is under attack.” But now in DFW, there is a refuge from the hate for trans people and their families and supporters.

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