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Leelah Alcorn (November 15, 1997 – December 28, 2014) was an American transgender girl whose suicide attracted international attention. Alcorn had posted a suicide note to her Tumblr blog, writing about societal standards affecting transgender people and expressing the hope that her death would create a dialogue about discrimination, abuse and lack of support for transgender people.

Assigned male at birth, Alcorn was given the name Joshua Ryan Alcorn. [1] [2] She eventually rejected this forename, and in her suicide note signed herself "(Leelah) Josh Alcorn". [3] [4] She was one of several children. [5] She described herself as being raised in a conservative Christian environment; [6] [7] she and her family attended the Northeast Church of Christ in Cincinnati , and she had been featured in a profile of that church published in a 2011 article in The Christian Chronicle . [8] As of 2014, the family lived in Kings Mills, Ohio . [9]

Alcorn's computer was recovered near the site of her suicide. It contained conversations showing that she had planned to jump off the bridge that crosses Interstate 71 days before the incident, but then contacted a crisis hotline and, as told to a friend, "basically cried my eyes out for a couple of hours talking to a lady there". [17]

WIGAN TRAGEDY THE body of William Kearsley, of Ingramstreet, Wigan, the wanted man in connection with the death of the Wigan mill girl Jane Morris, was found in the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, near the Wigan Rolling Mill, this morning, and has been identified by the lad's father.

Jane Morris, who was 17 years old, was a winder at Eckersley's Mills, Wigan, and her body was found at the rear of Mesnes Park Terraces, early on the morning of January 11.

There were no signs of a struggle on the ground, but there was a patch of blood, and the girl's dress had been torn and damaged. Her face was also badly injured, and it was suggested the girl met her death some distance away.

Leelah Alcorn (November 15, 1997 – December 28, 2014) was an American transgender girl whose suicide attracted international attention. Alcorn had posted a suicide note to her Tumblr blog, writing about societal standards affecting transgender people and expressing the hope that her death would create a dialogue about discrimination, abuse and lack of support for transgender people.

Assigned male at birth, Alcorn was given the name Joshua Ryan Alcorn. [1] [2] She eventually rejected this forename, and in her suicide note signed herself "(Leelah) Josh Alcorn". [3] [4] She was one of several children. [5] She described herself as being raised in a conservative Christian environment; [6] [7] she and her family attended the Northeast Church of Christ in Cincinnati , and she had been featured in a profile of that church published in a 2011 article in The Christian Chronicle . [8] As of 2014, the family lived in Kings Mills, Ohio . [9]

Alcorn's computer was recovered near the site of her suicide. It contained conversations showing that she had planned to jump off the bridge that crosses Interstate 71 days before the incident, but then contacted a crisis hotline and, as told to a friend, "basically cried my eyes out for a couple of hours talking to a lady there". [17]


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