As a transgender woman in her late 20s Fatima did not hide – makeup and dresses used to be part of her daily attire. No longer. In 2013 after a night out with a girlfriend, a group of men attacked her, beating her and shouting insults. She cut her hair, got rid of her make-up, skirts, and heels. Yet, looking as Georgia’s traditional society wants her to look like – a man – she still defends transgender people’s rights to be who they are.