As men, women, parents, and compassionate and understanding humans, how would you protect her when it comes to the “bathroom debate”?
Sherry Wood was shocked when the father of her children came out as trangender and abandoned his family. ___ I spent 12 years with my partner. We had three kids, and then got divorced. Then they became transgender. I was shocked. The questions began to arise in my mind: Did I know? How I not […]
Bathrooms are not the only battleground for transgender rights. Peter LaBerge speaks in the persona of a Connecticut trans girl, incarcerated alongside men.
Men everywhere are speaking out about the pressure they feel to “be a man.” These trans men describe their similar struggles with finding acceptance for who they are.
Ed Madden juxtaposes gender, race, and paint samples in this surprising prose poem.
Your child should be your first concern.
Should any child have to ask their parents for love? Isn’t that part of the deal?
A Call for Civil Disobedience in North Carolina to Knock Sense into its Transphobic State Government
Knee jerk impulses and prejudices ran amuck in North Carolina this week as one of the worst transphobic “bathroom” bills was passed. If you live in North Carolina, or any geography that gets a similar law, here is a suggested act of civil disobedience.
The fact is, that when it comes to films like Dallas Buyers Club, The Danish Girl, and About Ray it is always the “pre-transition” part of the story that is prioritized.
From the words of a son. He likes his dad better in her honest form.
John Trotten discusses how gender is part of our search for authenticity.
Only a few months before a study abroad trip to Rome, Charlie had begun hormone therapy and completed top surgery. He was nervous–about the language barrier and about passing as a male–when he walked into a small barbershop in Rome.
What is it about some becoming who “they” were truly meant to be that frightens society?