Because trans folks don’t just deserve safety. We deserve love too.
Trans military bans, bathroom bills and the increase in anti-trans policymaking: here’s what you need to know.
When I tell someone that my preferred pronouns are they/them/their, I never know what to expect.
Like many queer youth, I’ve been on the verge of tears since Trump was elected. But instead of crying, these days, I reach for a tube of liquid eyeliner.
In the podcast this week, we tackle the state of transgender rights. Where do we stand? What has changed? And how do young people feel about it?
To help understand what kinds of legal protections trans and gender non-conforming youth currently have, we talked with Sasha Buchert, a staff attorney at the Transgender Law Center.
[Watching Trump become President] My rage, sadness, and apprehension blurred together into an emotional tidal wave. I wanted to cry, but instead, I reached for a tube of liquid eyeliner.
There is a certain danger around being trans that exists in even the safest of communities, a fear that people can turn on you for just being yourself.
As a transgender male, I feel like I’m giving up my chance of ever having kids.