We’ve known each other for awhile, since at least fourth grade when I got my first Rugrats sports bra for basketball. But in all honesty this has gone on long enough. 383 more words
At the 2015 Trans100 event in Chicago, hundreds watched over the balcony railing as Lana Wachowski gave the closing speech. What began as a passionate autobiography about surviving violence and bigotry, suddenly delved into uncomfortable territory. 1,413 more words
“The Identity Project,” from photographer Sarah Deragon, challenges the way that we compartmentalize and think about queerness and identity.
The photo series captures the way subjects want to present themselves to the world around them and communicate their personal ways of self-identifying. 43 more words
I want to talk a minute about pronouns.
In all of the binary-challenging discussions I’ve had about gender expression, gender identities, and genderqueerness, one question comes up every.single.time: “how do I ask someone what their preferred pronouns are?” 737 more words
From the publisher:
A literary cause célèbre when first published more than fifty years ago, Gore Vidal’s now-classic The City and the Pillar stands as a landmark novel of the gay experience. 137 more words