Gwen Araujo is famous for the movie “A Girl like Me”, which is actually based on her life story. Gwen Araujo was a nice, beautiful young girl for the people who don’t met her before or people who don’t have any information about her.Gwen Arajuo was having a great loving mother, a young caring brother and elder sister. She was murdered cruelly in 2002 for the reason or the offence she never did herself.
Gwen was born on 24th February 1985 and when she grew up, she came to know her transsexual status. She was raised by her parents like normal children having all the information about the fact the she suffered from GID, Gender Identity Dysphoria. GID is a condition where mental perception is altogether opposite to the physical natural status.
It was the most difficult way of life for the Gwen and for her family. They took quite a time to accept Edward as Gwen. Finally they learn the truth and accepted Gwen, supported her to live her life completely as female.
She was having several friends apart from that male or female status. She met few friends on 2nd October 2002 and one of her friend told others that she was a male actually.
The fact was most disturbing for those friends who had sex encounters with her.
They made a plan and invited Gwen to visit her and she was told that her former boyfriend was also present there to see her. Gwen visited their place but when she reached there, the story was totally different.
She was dragged into the bathroom by her friends and one of those boys put her pant off to examine the sex status physically. After the manual inspection, all four started beating her with what they found around handy. Finally she died and they took her body away near Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Gwen Araujo, an American teenage trans woman, was murdered in Newark, California, in October 2002 She was killed by four men, two of whom she had been s…. intimate with, who beat and strangled her after discovering she was transs….. Two of the defendants were convicted of second-degree murder but not convicted on the requested hate crime enhancements. The other two defendants pleaded guilty or no contest to voluntary manslaughter. In at least one of the trials, a trans panic defense – an extension of the gay panic defense – was employed.
At the party on October 3, 2002 she was discovered, by forced inspection (conducted by Brown that she had male genitalia, following which the men with whom she had had sexual relations became extremely agitated. Magidson put her in a chokehold.Later, he punched her in the face and began to choke her, but was pulled off by others At some point after that, Paul Merel, Emmanuel Merel, and Brown left the apartment Jose Merel struck her in the head with a can of food and a frying pan and Cazares left in Magidson’s truck to go to Cazares’s house to get shovels and a pickax