Justin Hubbell puts into words (and pictures!) what so many are feeling. We believe this comic is helpful to anyone at any place along the gender spectrum. We think you’ll agree.
Meet the concern trolls. Actually, you probably already know them. They look like allies, but their agenda is anything but friendly. And this on one of their “causes”.
On my worst days? I can’t leave my apartment. I ugly cry like there’s no tomorrow. And there’s a crushing weight on my chest, making it difficult to breathe, let alone function like the adult I’m supposed to be.
“I can walk into a men’s bathroom, and no one blinks because I have my clothes on. But once I drop my shorts, there is a lot of explaining to do.”
Not for Everyone, the show definitely seizes upon the changing attitudes of society.
Alena doe not want to live as Christopher, but survival dictates.
Transman Mac McGregor knows the challenge of being accepted for who he is. But he also knows it’s worth it.
“I believed sexuality was fluid and love knows no gender. I was wrong.”
David Bowie has long confounded us with enigmatic acts of gender transgression, with gestures and personas drawn from Hollywood stars, literature and avant-garde art. That flame still burns brightly.
It’s time to talk about the “right” way to be gay, or bi, or trans.
A teen reaches out to adults and questioning youth about the effects of a disapproving society.
Jessica Kantrowitz finds hope in Sam Lamott’s handling of his mother’s Caitlyn Jenner Twitter mistake.