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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 66,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert … Continue reading
I have not yet seen the relatively new television show Transparent, but I have been hearing lots of trans-buzz about it. Nothing in the buzzing has compelled me to figure out how to see the show — I don’t have … Continue reading
This essay is excerpted from the book Gender Failure by Ivan E. Coyote and Rae Spoon, out now from Arsenal Pulp Press. I can hold my pee for hours. Nearly all day. It’s a skill I developed out of necessity, … Continue reading
Originally posted on American Trans Man:
When I first entered the trans community, I heard a story about a medically transitioned trans guy who had to pretend to be his former female self when he went to visit his elderly…
Today marked the 14th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. Each November 20th, we remember the gender variant people who were killed simply for being themselves. You can learn more about TDOR here.
Originally posted on Matt Kailey's Tranifesto:
Quite a few years ago, a friend and I wanted to stage a one-day get-together for female-born, male-identified (language has changed since then – this is the language we used at the time)…
What a day it has been. THE GOOD Tom Gabel of Against Me! Comes Out As Transgender (You go, woman!) THE BAD North Carolina’s Ban on Same-Sex Marriage Sparks Cheers, Jeers (Writing discrimination into your state constitution?) THE BEAUTIFUL Obama … Continue reading
Let’s say that there was a trans man. An American trans man. And let’s say that he was going to be in London later this month on business. And he was going to have free time the evening of Wednesday, … Continue reading
This past weekend I attended a transgender conference and several different trans people, independently from one another, asked me if I was taking testosterone. Now this might seem like a perfectly reasonable question for a trans person to ask a trans … Continue reading